Which condition can give a clear diagnosis by an ECG?
For Ischaemic Heart Disease, which option is NOT a non-pharmacological therapy?
Rest as much as possible
Weight Reduction If Overweight/Obese
Healthy Dietary Intake
What is a Modifiable Risk of Ischaemic Heart Disease?
What is an example of a clinical presentation of STEMI?
Symptoms are relief by rest.
Burning sensation lasting 30s to 30 minutes.
Symptoms usually precipitate by exercise.
Symptoms even occur at rest.
Which advice would you NOT give for a patient taking Sublingual GTN?
Do not swallow
Dissolve the tablet under your tongue
Use as soon as an attack has started
Remain standing upright while taking the medication
Use before undertaking physical activity
Which medication does not affect Heart Rate?
For Initial Management of STEMI, which antiemetic is given?
Domperidone 10mg tablets
Domperidone 30mg suppository
Metoclopramide 10mg tablets
Metoclopramide 10mg IV
Metoclopramide 20mg IV
Which treatment reduces risk of intracranial haemorrhage, major bleeding, mortality, stroke and re-infarction?
PCI - Percutaneous Coronary Intervention
Clopidogrel, what is the mechanism of action?
Inhibits COX enzyme
Inhibits all pathways of platelet activation
Activates plasminogen to form plasmin
Irreversibly blocks ADP pathway