Electrical Storm

October 20, 2020 00:31:24
Electrical Storm
Critical Care Perspectives in Emergency Medicine
Electrical Storm
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Although electrical storm is an uncommon presentation, it is important that we readily recognize and treat these patients to prevent rapid progression to cardiac arrest.  Effective management can be complex.  In this podcast we discuss the management of patients with unstable and stable electrical storm.

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