Clinical Case Database / Category: Clinical Care
Chest pain: an approach for F1 doctors
Sabih Momenul Huq MA MRCP
Foundation Years Journal, volume 1, issue 1, p.6 (123Doc Education, London, April 2007)
Mr KL, a 48-year-old Irish businessman, arrives in hospital with a two hour history of severe retrosternal chest pain radiating to both sides of his chest, and into his neck and back. It came on suddenly, at rest, and although it seemed to be improving for a while, has got much worse in the last hour.
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Sabih Momenul Huq MA MRCP
Specialist Registrar & BHF Junior Research Fellow
Barts and The London
Queen Maryâ€™s School of Medicine and Dentistry
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