43yr male having headache for 6 hrs. bp 210/120 .2 inj lasix given. bp now 190/110.rft lipid profile normal. slight rise in lft.following his ECG

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ECG. Sinus tachycardia. HR 130bpm LAD. PR interval is depressed in |||, AVR with ST Elevated in AVR . ST concave elevated in V1 -V2 PERICARDITIS WITH LATRAL WALL ISCHEMIA.. DO 2D.ECHO.AND TROPNIN. CXR

Imagree with Dr D Dholariya
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P pulmonale LVH with strain S.tachycardia St depression with T wave inversion in v4 to v6 Ecg changes may be due to htn Don't give nore lasix give B blocker ,Do serial ecg Echo should be to ruled out structural heart dieases

Sinus Tachycardia LAD Lateral wall Ischaemia Advice : ECHO, Trop T /I, CT Scan of Brain

Heart rate around 130 bpm, lad, Lvh with strain pattern. Echo would reveal Lvh. Long standing undetected Hypertension leading to Lvh.

LVH with RAH
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Sinus Tachycardia. LAD. Biventricular hypertrophy with strain.

Rule out CVA N CAD.Hrad ache can be due to CVA or acc htn.Buy cardiac cause evidence also is there.so CT BRAIN N 2D ECHO ARE BASIC TESTS.Then plan for further mx

Sinus tachycardia,LAD,Rt Atrial enlargement,lvh with strain.

Rule out CAD SIR.2D ECHO N ANGIO

Calsigard 10mg capsul in the mouth and below the tounge and Rl dreep slow not dns Inj Dalcinex 300.i/v with 100ml ns Inj tazar4.5mg Mikacin500 Inj pantop40 Inj aciloc Laxis inj in the dreep 1amp

Judicious use of antihypertensives, reduce bp slowly and steadily, use centrally acting drugs also

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