So for all the amazing talks that were had at H&R Reloaded, by far the one that should change the landscape of acute care the most was Pendell’s, that had most participants’ and faculty members’ jaws drop. Not mine of course, because I had seen the pdf of the talk and had a chat with Pendell weeks before, which gave me time to pick it up off the floor.
I grew up in the Q vs Non-Q era, then came the STEMI vs NSTEMI.
It’s time to change.
There will be resistance. There will be inertia. But there’s virtually no way to prevent it. Might as well be ahead of the curve than among the last stragglers still insisting that the ST segment is infaillible.
The OMI Manifesto by Pendell Meyers!
Note that the rest of the H&R Reloaded lectures can be found here: H&R Reloaded OnDemand.