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Acute Coronary Syndromes and Angina: Anatomy of Chest Pain: Diagnosis and Treatment of ACS
This CME activity is presented by Suraj Achar, MD, FAAFP.
After completing this CME activity, you should be able to:
- Compare ECG tests of patients with ACS using ST-segment elevations or depressions to make an accurate diagnosis.
- Evaluate the sensitivity and specificity of appropriate cardiac tests with consideration for appropriate patient selection criteria.
- Choose effective counseling methods to educate patients on the symptoms of ACS, how it can lead to a heart attack, how a heart attack differs from a stroke and what action to take if they suspect a heart attack.
- Revise treatments for patients with ACS based on risk evaluations and diagnostic tests.
To be eligible to report CME credit, log in using the link provided at the end of the presentation to take the self-assessment quiz and evaluation.
It will take 52 minutes to watch the presentation.