precordial


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Related to precordial: Precordial catch syndrome, Precordial pain, Precordial thump, precordial leads
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Adj.1.precordial - in front of the heart; involving the precordium
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pre·cor·di·al

a. precordial, rel. al área recubriendo el corazón;

precordial

adj precordial
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During the clinical follow-up period, the patient's ECG showed dynamic anterior ST-T changes in the precordial derivations (Figure 1), and repeat measurements of these markers revealed a typical course of ACS that featured a relevant rise and fall in TnI.
Of the trauma cases, the instances of precordial stab wounds were more likely to continue onto processing (n=14/21) and the data suggest vascular trauma to be a potential area where CS may show particular benefit (6/7 cases of vascular trauma received blood from CS).
Is our grand rounds speaker able to appreciate jugular venous distention, an S3, a precordial knock?
She had a witnessed cardiac arrest with ventricular tachycardia that responded to a precordial thump.
However, a few hours later, there were significant ST elevations across the precordial leads with lateral wall involvement.
The quality of the data recordings and the automated markers were verified, and the most artifact-free intervals of 20 beats along precordial leads were chosen for the TWA analysis.
A resting electrocardiogram (ECG) revealed sinus tachycardia with a rate of 126 beats/min, normal QRS axis, widespread ST-segment depression in the limb and precordial leads, with ST-segment elevation in the augmented unipolar limb lead (right arm) 0 aVR.
Repolarisation abnormalities Major Minor * Inverted T waves in right * Inverted T waves in leads V1 precordial leads (V1, V2, and V3) or and V2 in individuals>14 years beyond in individuals >14 years of of age (in the absence of age (in the absence of complete RBBB complete RBBB) or in V4, V5, or QRS [greater than or equal to]120 V6 MS) * Inverted T waves in leads V1, V2, V3 and V4 in individuals >14 years of age in the presence of complete RBBB IV.
Continuous chest compressions was an ongoing emphasis, with the precordial thump now advised only to be undertaken with monitored in-hospital cardiac arrest.