ECG STEMI and NSTEMI Illustration

Hello everyone! I& a nursing student and i& having some difficulty with understanding the difference in stemi and nstemi with MI and ACS. So, let me see if I can explain what I know and make

A red thrombus (ie clot) causing a 100% occlusion of a 4mm in diameter circumflex coronary artery which caused a ST Elevation Myocardial Infarction (ie heart attack). Never underestimate the ability of something so small to kill you.

A red thrombus (ie clot) causing a occlusion of a in diameter circumflex coronary artery which caused a ST Elevation Myocardial Infarction (ie heart attack). Never underestimate the ability of something so small to kill you.

Inferior MI     ST elevation in II, III, VF     Right coronary artery  Anterior MI     ST elevation in V3 to V4     Left anterior descending artery  Lateral MI     ST elevation in V5 to V6     Circumflex artery  Posterior MI     ST depression in V3 to V4

Pink – Lead aVR offers no specific view of the left ventricle. Orange – Septal Leads Yellow – Inferior Leads (II, III, aVF) Green – Lateral Leads (I, aVL, Blue – Anterior Leads

ST elevations monitoring for Infarction STEMI Electrocardiogram ECG EKG Cardiac and Telemetry are continuous monitoring for cardiac abnormalities. nursingkamp.com Generally if someone is on telemetry the nurse must be monitoring for ECG changes and monitoring in lead 2 Cardiac 40 -Telemetry ECG TWS 032 Nursing KAMP NCLEX Nursing Study Notes

ST elevations monitoring for Infarction STEMI Electrocardiogram ECG EKG Cardiac…

Not All ST Elevations Mandate Emergent Catheterization: A Case Report of Brugada Syndrome Induced by Severe Hyponatremia

Not All ST Elevations Mandate Emergent Catheterization: A Case Report of Brugada Syndrome Induced by Severe Hyponatremia

ST elevation myocardial infarction - image taken from wikipedia

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The evolution of MI on the ECG. ST elevation, Q wave formation, T wave inversion, normalisation with a persistent Q wave

The evolution of MI on the ECG. ST elevation, Q wave formation, T wave inversion, normalisation with a persistent Q wave

ST elevation progression

S-T elevation miocardial infarction

ST ELEVATION on ECG Recognize ST segment elevation in conditions other than…

ST ELEVATION on ECG Recognize ST segment elevation in conditions other than…

This badge card is a 12 lead STEMI reference tool.  It shows the standard 12 lead layout and the associated “adjacent” leads relative to the location in the heart.  On the back there is also a chart of ST changes and their association to particular coronary vessels.  The tool also includes a ruler for measuring ST elevation and depression.

12 Lead STEMI Tool w/ Corresponding Vessels Chart Vertical Badge Card, made of durable waterproof plastic, about half the thickness of a credit card, fits all standard ID clips, and is standard badge card size of 2 by 3

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Trombe - External photo on rear side of London Home. A structurally glazed modern extension with clear glass end gable and a switchable frameless glass roof *copy

Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: Right Bundle Branch Block with New Anterior ST elevation

Right Bundle Branch Block with New Anterior ST elevation

ECG Interpretation: ECG Interpretation Review #47 (Normal Variants - Early Repolarization - Benign - ST Elevation - Pericarditis - ERP - STEMI)

The ECG shown in Figure 1 was obtained from man with chest discomfort. Is this ECG likely to reflect acute a nterio.

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