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In stable patients, a lead ECG should be obtained, and medical therapy can be initiated. Although vagal maneuvers will not ter- minate tachyarrhythmias that do not involve the AV node, they may slow the rate enough to unmask the underlying rhythm abnormality.

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Stable patients with regular wide-complex tachycardias may benefit from amiodarone, procainamide, or sotalol. Second-line therapy for stable patients with monomorphic VT is lidocaine.

He denies a history of trauma. On examination, he is tachycardic.

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Which of the following is the best next step? Synchronized cardioversion B. Valsalva maneuver C. Discharge home and follow up within the next 48 hours D. Obtain an ECG 4.

A diagnosis of ventricular tachycardia is made, and the patient is cardioverted. She states that she has had prior episodes of VT lasting less than 30 seconds each.

Case Files Emergency Medicine

What is the most appropriate treatment? Likely no further therapy is needed. Amiodarone C. Procainamide 4.

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Case Files Emergency Medicine , 2nd ed.

By Toy, Eugene C. Case Files Emergency Medicine is part of the series of Case Files books produced to help medical students learn key concepts for success on their clinical rotations and for shelf exam review.

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In this edition, the editors present 50 simulated patient encounters to demonstrate key concepts in emergency medicine. A very complete format for history and physical is given.

While each piece of the exam may not be required for every patient in the ED, if a medical student requires reminders of specific things to look for during a focused exam, he or she will not go wrong with referring to this portion. Additionally, suggestions for laboratory and other studies as adjuncts are listed. Part Two of this section describes the approach to clinical problem solving.

Here, the technique is broken down into five separate steps, emphasizing ABCs and resuscitation as the initial step. Also highlighted is the fact that in the emergency department ED diagnostic measures and therapies often occur concurrently, or even in reverse order, and often with minimal data. While we as practitioners in the ED usually take this for granted, it is not a skill students pick up on their other rotations and may cause a degree of discomfort.There are some errors in the questions and answers mainly the answer choices don't match up with the explanations , but the information in the chapter is good.

The Case Files books are very popular with medical students, and I believe that this edition should be no exception. This book is what it claims to be. Think outside your medic box.

Synchronized cardioversion B.