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When a patient presents with chest pain or syncope, the interpretation of the patient EKG will determine the next course of action. Subtle EKG findings are often missed in the ER or urgent care which can lead to potentially life threatening acute cardiac pulmonary emergencies. What are the subtle signs that are STEMI equivalents which are easily missed if you are not looking for them? What syncopal symptoms with EKG findings are the most worrisome? Learn from our Emergency Medicine Master Clinicians Mento

  • Chest Pain & Syncope

    What subtle EKG findings cannot be missed? What findings are STEMI equivalents and require the Cath lab? What findings suggests significant triple vessel disease? What deadly arrhythmia cannot be missed in someone with syncope? Dr. Gino Farina highlights common subtle EKG findings and patient symptoms that are can be easily missed to the untrained eye. In this course, he teaches the importance of risk management and identify the red flags.

  • Learning Objectives

    After completing this activity, you will be able to: 1) Learn from 5+ chest pain case scenarios and identify EKG patterns suggestive of STEMI, reciprocal changes, De Winter, Posterior Wall MI, Wellen’s syndrome and more, 2) Learn from 3+ syncope case scenarios and Identify EKG patterns consistent with PE, Brugada Syndrome, Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy and more. 3) Manage these cases from an ER and/or outpatient setting perspective and lower the risk for your clinical practice.

  • CME at Your Own Pace

    View our audio/video slide recordings with associated course materials on your own schedule and complete the course at your own pace. We understand that education takes time - so refer back to our material for review at any time. Answer the pre/post test and evaluation form after completion of the course to generate your CME certificate. This course is approved for 1 AMA PRA Category 1 CME credits by EB Medicine.

Course Curriculum

  • 1

    Introduction

    • Welcome!

    • Meet the Mentor - Dr. Gino Farina (Hofstra/Northwell)

    • Before We Begin...

  • 2

    Can't Miss EKG Findings

    • Video Lecture Introduction

    • Can't Miss EKG Findings

    • Can't Miss EKG Findings PDF

  • 3

    Post Conference Quiz & Evaluation

    • Before You Go...

    • Post Course Quiz

    • Post-Course Evaluation

The Master Clinicians Mentor for this Lecture

Master the Art of Urgent Care Medicine by Learning from the Best!

Gino Farina, MD, FACEP

Professor of Emergency Medicine and Science Education Assistant Dean for Clinical Preparation for Residency at Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell

Dr. Gino Farina is board certified in Emergency Medicine, and is currently a Professor of Emergency Medicine and Science Education, and the Assistant Dean for Clinical Preparation for Residency at Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell in Long Island, New York. At Zucker he is core faculty in the communications, physical diagnosis, electrocardiography and clinical reasoning curriculum. As core faculty in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Long Island Jewish Medical Center at Northwell, Dr. Farina served as the Associate Residency Program Director for seven years and Program Director for sixteen years, helping to turn hundreds of emergency medicine residents into board-certified ER physicians now practicing across the nation. Dr. Farina's academic Interests include medical education, research and assessment, medical Spanish, and global health in Latin American countries. He is actively involved in global health initiatives and in training sessions for medical providers in Mexico, Peru and now Ecuador, where, with a group of other physicians from Northwell, he will soon be teaching basic emergency medicine skills – including radiographic interpretation, electrocardiography, the approach to common conditions and clinical reasoning – to recent medical school graduates. Dr. Farina will be sharing his art of electrocardiogram and X-ray interpretation during Master Clinicians courses.

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1 CME credits. Lifetime access granted. **Please note that this lecture is also part of the Urgent Care Conference On-Demand course**

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