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Coronary Risk Stratification of Chest Pain

Aka: Coronary Risk Stratification of Chest Pain, Likelihood of Coronary Disease as Cause of Chest Pain, Chest Pain Prediction Rules, Chest Pain Decision Rules
  1. See Also
    1. Chest Pain
    2. Acute Chest Pain Approach
    3. Angina Diagnosis
    4. Cardiac Risk Assessment
    5. Cardiac Risk Management
    6. TIMI Risk Score
    7. Bosner Chest Pain Decision Rule
    8. Cardiac Risk in Diabetes Score
    9. Chest Wall Pain Prediction Rule
    10. Framingham Score
    11. HEART Score
    12. GRACE Score
  2. Risk Factors
    1. See Cardiac Risk Factors
    2. See Framingham Score
  3. Diagnosis: Prediction Rules
    1. TIMI Risk Score
    2. Bosner Chest Pain Decision Rule
    3. Diamond and Forrester Chest Pain Prediction Rule
    4. Goldman Criteria for ICU Chest Pain Admission
    5. HEART Score
    6. GRACE Score
    7. Cardiac Risk in Diabetes Score
    8. Vancouver Chest Pain Rule
  4. Criteria: High Likelihood
    1. Known Coronary Artery Disease history
    2. Typical Anginal symptoms
      1. Men over age 60
      2. Women over age 70
    3. Radiation of pain to arm or neck
      1. Pain radiating to both arms strongly suggests MI (Positive Likelihood Ratio 7.1)
    4. History of Variant Angina
    5. Chest Pain with acute Congestive Heart Failure signs
      1. New Mitral Regurgitation murmur
      2. Hypotension
      3. Pulmonary Rales
      4. New S3 Gallop rhythm
      5. New Jugular Venous Distention
    6. EKG in Cardiac Ischemia
      1. Transient Electrocardiogram changes
        1. Associated with pain or hemodynamic changes
      2. ST segment increase or decrease over 1 mm
      3. Deep symmetric T-wave inversion
        1. Occurs in multiple precordial leads
  5. Criteria: Intermediate Likelihood (high likelihood features absent)
    1. Typical Anginal symptoms
      1. Men under age 60
      2. Women under age 70
    2. Diabetes Mellitus and Chest Pain
    3. Cardiac Risk Factors (over 1) and Atypical Chest Pain
      1. Pleuritic Chest Pain
      2. Chest Pain primarily in lower or mid Abdomen
      3. Chest Pain localizable with one finger
      4. Reproducible Chest Pain
        1. Exacerbated by movement or palpation of chest wall
      5. Chest Pain is constant and lasts for days
      6. Chest Pain duration only for a few seconds
      7. Chest Pain radiates into legs
    4. Extra-cardiac vascular disease
    5. EKG in Cardiac Ischemia
      1. ST depression of 0.05-1mm
      2. T Wave inversion of over 1 mm
        1. Occurs in leads with dominant R-waves
  6. Criteria: Low Likelihood
    1. Can often be discharged from ER with recheck with 72 hours
    2. Absence of Intermediate likelihood symptoms AND
      1. Age under 60 years old
      2. Atypical Chest Pain
        1. No pressure sensation
        2. No radiation to arm, Shoulder, neck or jaw
      3. Only one Cardiac Risk Factor (not Diabetes Mellitus)
      4. Electrocardiogram normal
        1. T-waves flat or inversion of less than 1 mm
        2. Occurs in dominant R Waves leads

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