SAEM 2006 Annual Meeting Debate: Controversies in Emergency Cardiology
By Center for Healthcare Education and Research, Inc.
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The Society for Academic Emergency Medicine's (SAEM) 2006 Annual featured this lively (and sometimes humorous) debate on some very timely controversies in emergency cardiology: various antithrombotic therapies in treating ACS, the value of different ischemia markers, and invasive verus noninvasive hemodynamic monitoring.
||CEC Debate: Round 1||How Low Should We Go: XA or LMWH for ACS?||28 8 2006||Free||View In iTunes|
||CEC Debate: Round 3||Determining Hemodynamic Status: Non-Invasive versus Invasive Strategies||28 8 2006||Free||View In iTunes|
||CEC Debate: Round 2||Battle of the Ischemia Markers: IMA (No Way)||28 8 2006||Free||View In iTunes|