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You grab a big angiocath and stick it into his chest at the second intercostal space, mid-clavicular line. You get small gush of air coming out. His blood pressure starts to rise. Your colleague, having just witnessed this, says “you know, I had a similar case last week. I got an x-ray and while I…More

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You get the chest x-ray and pull up the film immediately, but before you can get a good enough read the nurses call you to the bedside. “Your patient is coding!” Return to original postMore