Cardiology Critical Care
The heart is essential to staying alive. Most of our organs have a relationship with the heart; therefore, in patients with organ failure, the heart can often take a hit of its own. In many cases an cardiac insult is in the inciting factor to critical illness - such as STEMI in DKA, or right heart failure in massive PE. Knowing cardiac physiology and how to manage basic cardiac pathologies will help you manage overall critical illness.
Acute MI Management (focus on types and management)
FCCS Ch. 10
FCCS Ch. 3, FCCS Appendix 4
Running a code