ACLS Megacode 7: STEMIHurry, don’t let time run out!Sorry, time is up!0 Hours 0 Minutes 0 SecondsStep 1 of 520%Pt arrives to ED/Casualty with diaphoresis, midsternal chest pain radiating to left arm and jaw.1. What are the best diagnostic / therapeutic first steps?*IV, SL ntg , IV beta blockerIV, CT scan chest , heparinIV, chest xray, sl NTG, Arterial blood gasGive 4 (81mg) Aspirin tablets, 12 lead ekg, IV, oxygen Pt is a 54 y/o male, smoker, c/o chest heaviness ,diaphoresis, nausea present to ED/casualty via paramedics.IV placed an EKG has been done in Triage.2. Interpret the ekg and choose the best therapies:*Acute inferior STEMI, SL ntg, morphine and beta blockerNSTEMI, aspirin, statin, beta blocker and cardiology consultAcute anterior STEMI, Aspirin, contact Cardiology for Lytic therapy or emergent cardiac angiography and intervention.Non-diagnostic EKG, admit for observation and stress test. 62 y/o woman with diabetes presents to ED/Casualty with epigastric discomfort, nausea and vomiting.BP: 150/80 P: 85 R:22 O2: 100% Temp: 36.7After she is seen by the Surgical resident, she develops hypotension BP 90/50 and an ekg is performed.3. What should be done urgently?*Inferior STEMI, aspirin, iv diuretics, beta blocker , morphine and cardiology consultNSTEMI, aspirin, Beta blocker and heparinInferior STEMI, aspirin, IV fluid bolus, cardiology consultAnterior STEMI, IV diuretics, SL NTG, IV beta blocker, lytic therapy On the next rhythm check, the patient demonstrates the following rhythm: She now has a palpable pulse but is hypotensive, unresponsive, and hypoxic.4. What are the next appropriate steps in management?*Defibrillate, prepare to intubateIntubate and continue CPRCardiovert, prepare to intubateIntubate and give amiodarone After cardioverting and intubating, you get an EKG which demonstrates the following: You re-assess the patient and cannot palpate a pulse.5. What is the next step?*DefibrillateEpinephrineCardiovertAmiodarone This iframe contains the logic required to handle Ajax powered Gravity Forms.