Widespread ST-segment elevation due to cerebral infarction

Chiam Paul, C. Ong, B. Kwok.

HEART 2006; 92: 535.

Abstract

A 44 year old Chinese woman was found unconscious at home. She had known hypertension, peripheral vascular disease, schizophrenia, and craniotomy for traumatic intracranial haemorrhage. She had spontaneous breathing, rate 16 resps/min, blood pressure 134/100 mm Hg, pulse 112 beats/min, and oxygen saturation 95% (ambient air). Bowel and urinary incontinence were noted. There was no physical response to… (click to read full article)

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