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Old 02-18-2010
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Heart Pericarditis Findings


Pulsus paradoxus
ECG Changes
Increased JVP
Chest pain (that is worst w/ inspiration and improves w/ leaning forward)
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This is wonderful
Keep your mnemonics coming jackat1000
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very very nice
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