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EM@3AM: Post Cardiac Arrest Care

A 42-year-old male is brought in by EMS with ventricular fibrillation. You are finally able to obtain ROSC, though the patient remains comatose. What are your next steps? This week's EM@3AM covers post cardiac arrest care.

practice updates

Non-Traditional ACS Risk Factors: A Snake in the Grass

What other patient populations are at risk for developing atherosclerotic disease and ACS that emergency physicians can miss? If our community is responsible for recognizing and treating initial presentations of patients with ACS, we must not only be aware of atypical presentations of ACS, but also non-traditional risk factors for CHD.