Difference between revisions of "Sgarbossa's criteria"

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**Still consider PCI/t-PA for pts w/ LBBB and "good story" despite not meeting the criteria
 
**Still consider PCI/t-PA for pts w/ LBBB and "good story" despite not meeting the criteria
  
==Criteria==
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==Criteria==http://www.wikem.org/w/index.php?title=Sgarbossa%27s_Criteria&action=edit
 
*ST elevation ≥1 mm in a lead with upward (concordant) QRS complex - 5 points
 
*ST elevation ≥1 mm in a lead with upward (concordant) QRS complex - 5 points
 
*ST depression ≥1 mm in lead V1, V2, or V3 - 3 points
 
*ST depression ≥1 mm in lead V1, V2, or V3 - 3 points
 
*ST elevation ≥5 mm in a lead with downward (discordant) QRS complex - 2 points
 
*ST elevation ≥5 mm in a lead with downward (discordant) QRS complex - 2 points
*See [[Media:Sgarbossa.jpg]] for example of all 3 criteria
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*See [[#Example | below]] for example of all 3 criteria
 
   
 
   
 
==Points==
 
==Points==
 
*≥3 points = 98% probability of [[STEMI]]
 
*≥3 points = 98% probability of [[STEMI]]
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==Example==
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[[File:Sgarbossa.jpg]]
  
 
==See Also==
 
==See Also==

Revision as of 01:26, 9 September 2011

Background

  • Assesses likelihood that pt w/ chest pain and baseline LBBB has myocardial damage (+CK-MB)
    • Criteria also applies to LBBB due to paced rhythm
  • Low Sn, High Sp
    • Still consider PCI/t-PA for pts w/ LBBB and "good story" despite not meeting the criteria

==Criteria==http://www.wikem.org/w/index.php?title=Sgarbossa%27s_Criteria&action=edit

  • ST elevation ≥1 mm in a lead with upward (concordant) QRS complex - 5 points
  • ST depression ≥1 mm in lead V1, V2, or V3 - 3 points
  • ST elevation ≥5 mm in a lead with downward (discordant) QRS complex - 2 points
  • See below for example of all 3 criteria

Points

  • ≥3 points = 98% probability of STEMI

Example

Sgarbossa.jpg

See Also

ST-Elevation Myocardial Infarction (STEMI)

Source

  • Sgarbossa, American Heart Journal 2006
  • Sgarbossa, NEJM, February, 1996