Emergency Department ECG
Cardiac Cath Report
LMCA: Normal caliber vessel that is angiographically normal.
LAD: Large-sized vessel that is occlued at distal segment. The LAD gives off a large-sized D1 with severe mid segment 90% stenosis followed by total occlusion distally.
LCX: Large-sized, nondominant vessel with ostial 50% stenosis. The LCx gives off A large-sized, bifurcating OM branch with diffuse disease in the superior and inferior branch.
RCA: Large-sized, dominant vessel with patent proximal RCA stent followed by mid segment 99% stenosis, and then distal stent is patent with presence of large thrombus in mid and distal segment. The RCA gives off a PDA which ends at mid segment and a PLA which has a distal 95% stenosis.
Patient went in to cardiac arrest in cath lab, no ROSC after numerous rounds of CPR and defibtrillations