Literature Review: Sgarbossa criteria in LBBB
Emergency Cardiology Literature Review & Updates with Dr. Amal Mattu
A 60-year-old man presents to the ED with midsternal chest pain that does not resolve with aspirin. He is dyspneic and diaphoretic on arrival. The following ECG is obtained:
Before watching this week’s video, ask yourself these questions:
- What ECG abnormalities do you notice?
- Are there any signs of acute ischemia on this ECG?
- Which patients with left bundle branch blocks need to go the cath lab emergently?