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Symptoms: Arthralgia, Atrial fibrillation, Blood glucose, Blood magnesium, Chest pain, Chest X-ray, Electrocardiogram abnormal, Electrocardiogram ST segment elevation, Full blood count, Glycosylated haemoglobin, Osteoarthritis, Pain, Pericarditis, Viral pericarditis, Troponin I, Cardiac telemetry normal, Computerised tomogram thorax abnormal, Scan with contrast, Troponin, Metabolic function test, Myocardial necrosis marker normal, CHA2DS2-VASc annual stroke risk high
Life Threatening? No
Birth Defect? No
Permanent Disability? No
Office Visit (V2.0)? No
ER or Office Visit (V1.0)? No
ER or ED Visit (V2.0)? No
Hospitalized? Yes, days: 2
Write-up: Patient presents to ER with chest pain that is constant, achy, occasional sharp stabbing, sometimes worse with deep breath and radiates to his back for the last 2-1/2 hours. He said it started at 10 PM. He said he has not had anything to eat since about 5 PM and says it does not feel like heartburn. Work-up included a CT angiogram of the thorax which showed findings consistent with pericarditis. Patient was noted to have diffuse but mild ST elevations on ECG. Cardiac enzymes remained negative however. Cardiology was consulted, and the patient was admitted to the hospital where he was started on colchicine and NSAIDs. Serial cardiac enzymes remained negative. The patient''s chest pain steadily improved, and by last night it had completely resolved. He does have chronic shoulder pain due to osteoarthritis, and this is at its baseline. The patient will finish a 3-month treatment course with colchicine. I am discharging him on as needed ibuprofen for breakthrough pain. It should be noted that the patient did have a brief period of paroxysmal atrial fibrillation which resolved with 150 mg of amiodarone IV. The patient has been continuously monitored on telemetry, and atrial fibrillation has not recurred. After discussion with the patient and his wife, I have elected not to start the patient on aggressive anticoagulation as the period of atrial fibrillation was quite limited and occurred during an acute viral pericarditis episode. Patient''s CHA 2 DS 2 score is 4. I recommended that he further discuss this with his primary care provider. Recommend considering an extended Holter monitor.
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