Class #2: Flush Occlusion LAD (Anterior STEMI & Shock)

We discussed the following case: A 67-year-old male presented with sudden onset of dyspnoea in context of diabetes and asthma. He was a delayed presentation, ambulance field transmission anterior STEMI and was found to be in acute pulmonary oedema, complete heart block and shock, requiring intubation. Case Summary:┬áBilateral femoral arterial access. Bilateral femoral arteriogran to … Continue reading Class #2: Flush Occlusion LAD (Anterior STEMI & Shock)