SAEM 2006 Annual Meeting Debate: Controversies in Emergency Cardiology

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The Society for Academic Emergency Medicine's (SAEM) 2006 Annual featured this lively (and sometimes humorous) debate on some very timely controversies in emergency cardiology: various antithrombotic therapies in treating ACS, the value of different ischemia markers, and invasive verus noninvasive hemodynamic monitoring.

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The Society for Academic Emergency Medicine's (SAEM) mission is to improve patient care by advancing research and education in emergency medicine. The 2006 SAEM annual meeting features leaders in cardiac medicine debating the use of numerous antithrombotic therapies in treating ACS, the use of ischemia markers, and invasive verus noninvasive hemodynamic monitoring.
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