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)

Flush Occlusion

Case Summary 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. Bilateral femoral arterial access. Bilateral femoral arteriogran to document disease and vessel … Continue reading Flush Occlusion