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Guías de Manejo Prehospitalario y Hospitalario y de Tratamiento de los Síndromes Coronarios Agudos con Elevación del Segmento del ST (SCACEST) en Terapia Intensiva y Unidades de Emergencia

Comité de Patología Crítica Cardiovas SATI

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Introducción

El tratamiento del Síndrome Coronario Agudo Con Elevación del ST comienza en el domicilio del paciente o en la sala de emergencia de la Institución donde concurre el paciente con un SCACEST   ya que el tiempo es oro y la reperfusión precoz de la arteria culpable del infarto es la piedra angular del tratamiento del SCACEST y por lo tanto, todas las medidas que se lleven a cabo para lograr que la reperfusión sea lo más precoz posible deberán ser realizadas porque se ha demostrado que la restauración precoz del flujo coronario produce la reducción del tamaño del infarto, minimiza el daño miocárdico, preserva la función ventricular, disminuye la morbimortal cardiovascular.


Palabras clave


Sindrome Coronario Agudo; Elevación ST; Guía Clínica.

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