Cardiovascular disease is a leading cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide; chest pain is one of the most common reasons that patients seek care in the Emergency Department. Clinicians have a multitude of options for how to diagnose acute coronary syndromes and triage patients based on the immediate, short-term, and long-term risk. This special issue will explore strategies for using cardiac biomarkers, cardiovascular imaging, and risk scoring systems to manage chest pain in the emergency department.
?Contemporary Biomarker Strategies for Patients with Chest Pain
?Appropriateness of Cardiovascular Imaging in the Initial Assessment of Chest Pain in the ED
?Using Scoring Systems for Triage and Assessment of Short-term CV Risk
?Comparison of International Perspectives on Chest Pain Management
?Management of Patients with Chest Pain and Very Low Likelihood of CAD
?Impact of Chest Pain Accreditation on Processes and Outcomes
?Benefits and Drawbacks of using Gender-specific Cutpoints for Cardiac Troponin
?Operation of Standalone and Virtual Chest Pain Units within an Emergency Department
?Pre-hospital and Emergency Medical Service Programs for Improving Patient Outcomes
?Management of Chest Pain Syndromes Among Patients with Established CVD
Prof. Dr. David Winchester
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