Acute coronary syndrome

Acute coronary syndrome

This page about Acute coronary syndrome automatically lists related information collected from other pages of our website.

The list also includes links to brands of medicine that may be used to treat acute coronary syndrome, including their consumer medicine information (CMI) leaflets, if available.

Related information - acute coronary syndrome

Audience:
       

For health professionals (CPD activity)
27 May 2014 Treat an episode of acute coronary syndrome in an elderly patient recovering from pneumonia.
For health professionals (CPD activity)
23 May 2014 The DMACS DUE toolkit guides an audit of the discharge management of patients with acute coronary syndromes (ACS). It is a quality improvement activity to assist hospital medical, surgical, pharmacy and nursing staff working with patients discharged with ACS.
For health professionals (CPD activity)
27 Nov 2012 Download the DMACS e-DUE audit tool, data collection form, patient record form and information on installing and using the audit tool.
For health professionals (CPD activity)
27 Nov 2012 Download the DMACS e-DUE audit tool, data collection form, patient record form and information on installing and using the audit tool.
For health professionals (CPD activity)
27 Nov 2012 A checklist/reminder to ensure that patients are given optimal post-discharge care.
For health professionals (CPD activity)
27 Nov 2012 Contains evidence-based information on the DMACS key messages. It provides a structure for interactions with hospital staff regarding these messages.
For health professionals (CPD activity)
27 Nov 2012 Guide to using the DMACS PowerPoint feedback presentation
For health professionals (CPD activity)
27 Nov 2012 The DMACS bookmark is a resource for both nursing and medical staff.
For health professionals (CPD activity)
27 Nov 2012 Educational resources are derived from the DMACS project and are to be used in conjunction with the e-DUE audit tool.
For health professionals (CPD activity)
27 Nov 2012 References from the literature that were used as background material for the DMACS project toolkit.