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  • A combined care model using early access to specialists off-hours to reduce cardiac admissions. [Journal Article]
    Intern Emerg Med 2019Gavin M, Landon B, … Zimetbaum P
  • Despite the implementation of diagnostic and treatment algorithms for many common cardiovascular (CV) complaints, identifying low- and intermediate-risk cardiac patients presenting to the emergency department (ED) who could be managed without hospital admission remains difficult. We hypothesized that the presence of an attending cardiologist in the ED after normal working hours would decrease the…
  • Cocaine-Induced Pneumopericardium: Safe for Discharge? A Case Report and Literature Review. [Case Reports]
    Case Rep Cardiol 2019; 2019:4107815Galloo X, Stroobants J, … El-Abdellati E
  • A 29-year-old male presented at the Emergency Department (ED) with chest pain and neck tenderness after intranasal cocaine usage. Physical exam of the patient demonstrated moderate subcutaneous emphysema on the right side of his neck. The ECG did not demonstrate any changes associated with cocaine-induced cardiac ischemia, and blood analysis was normal (negative troponins). A chest X-ray revealed…
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