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57 year old male chest pain – conclusion

by on May 16, 2011

Conclusion for 57 year old male chest pain


This patient was taken to a local PCI center where he was taken to the Cath lab and diagnosed with Acute ST-elevation myocardial infarction. Catheterization documented total occlusion of the right coronary (RCA). The RCA was treated with thrombectomy and stenting. Released for the hospital 3 days later.

En-route the patient received 02, bilat IV’s, 324mg ASA and NTG x 3 with pain down to 2/10. V/S remained unchanged.

Door-to-Balloon (D2B) 50 minutes
EMS-to-Balloon (E2B) 79 minutes

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