Acute Coronary Syndrome – 2018

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AIR Stamp of Approval and Honorable Mentions

Below we have listed our selection of the 13 highest quality blog posts within the past 12 months, as assessed in July 2018 related to ACS emergencies in the Emergency Department, curated and approved for residency training by the AIR Series Board. More specifically in this Course, we identified 2 AIR and 11 Honorable Mention blog posts. After reading the posts, please take the quizzes. We recommend programs give 6 hours (approximately 25 minutes per article) of III credit for this module.

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RebelEM: Chest Pain, “Negative” Stress Tests, POCUS, & ECG EquationsSalim Rezaie, MD04/30/18AIR
EMCrit: Down with STEMI: The OMI ManifestoPendell Myers, MD04/01/18AIR
RebelEM: The Death of MONA in ACS: Part I – MorphineSalim Rezaie, MD11/05/17HM
RebelEM: The Death of MONA in ACS: Part II – OxygenSalim Rezaie, MD11/05/17HM
RebelEM: The Death of MONA in ACS: Part III – NitroglycerinSalim Rezaie, MD11/05/17HM
RebelEM: The DETO2X Trial: Do Patients with AMI Need Supplemental O2?Anand Swaminathan, MD09/21/17HM
St. Emlyn’s: JC: Should non ST elevation ROSC patients go to cath lab?Simon Carley, MD11/05/17HM
PedEM Morsels: Pediatric ECGSean Fox, MD07/17/17HM
emDOCs: Non-Traditional ACS Risk FactorsAdrianna Long, MD and Brit Long, MD07/31/17HM
CoreEM: Prospective Validation of the Heart scoreMike Kaufer, MD10/19/17HM
CoreEM: Should All patients with AMI get oxygen?Brent Dribble, MD11/02/17HM
CoreEM: CCTA in the Evaluation of chest painMike Kaufer, MD01/11/18HM
SGEM: #192 Sometimes, all you need is the air that you breatheKen Milne, MD10/19/17HM

Approved Instructional Resource (AIR); Honorable Mention (HM)

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