right heart strain

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Chest Pain in the ED (Resuscitation)

SimX

A patient is presented to the ED with chest pain and shortness of breath and the learner is informed of onset of CP/SOB while jogging. The learner must assess the patient's ABCs and provide initial resuscitation. They must then correctly diagnose PE. This case is successfully completed by treating the...

Emergency Medicine

Chest Pain in the ED (Resuscitation)

Standard Curriculum Bundle

A patient is presented to the ED with chest pain and shortness of breath and the learner is informed of onset of CP/SOB while jogging....

Case Information:
Bundles: Standard Curriculum Bundle
Learner Population: Advanced Practice Provider, Physician, Resident
Specialty: Emergency Medicine
Author: SimX
Language: English
Room size: 12x12
Setting: Hospital
Patient ect: Adult
Patient Gender: Male
Tags: cardiac arrest, chest pain, chest pain in the ed, dyspnea, exertional chest pain, pulmonary embolism, right heart strain, shortness of breath, thrombolytics,