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why am i not surprised?
are you finally realising that you might not be suitable for med-school?
Would you care to explain to us about ECGs then?

Or write the essay I'm currently working on, about sodium channels?

Or do any of the rest of our work?

No? Then piss off and leave us and especially Daveo alone.
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Would you care to explain to us about ECGs then?

Or write the essay I'm currently working on, about sodium channels?

Or do any of the rest of our work?

No? Then piss off and leave us and especially Daveo alone.
Don't you think that is a bit harsh telling him to piss off?
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Would you care to explain to us about ECGs then?

Or write the essay I'm currently working on, about sodium channels?

Or do any of the rest of our work?

No? Then piss off and leave us and especially Daveo alone.

I agree.

Sodium channels? Never really understood how the biochemical hinge of the inactivation gate worked. Too many bonds for my liking.
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why am i not surprised?
are you finally realising that you might not be suitable for med-school?
If i am then so must most of the rest of the people I know, ECG's are insane.
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Would you care to explain to us about ECGs then?

Or write the essay I'm currently working on, about sodium channels?

Or do any of the rest of our work?
okay, what do you need to know about ecg's and sodium channels? i'm sure i know the answer.
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Would you care to explain to us about ECGs then?

Or write the essay I'm currently working on, about sodium channels?

Or do any of the rest of our work?

No? Then piss off and leave us and especially Daveo alone.
go Helenia
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If i am then so must most of the rest of the people I know, ECG's are insane.
Include me in that as well. I feel like I'm here to make up some intellectually-challenged quota, lol. If you hate ECGs now, wait til next year! Oh here's something I remember about them; an increase in the RR interval signals bradycardia.
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okay, what do you need to know about ecg's and sodium channels? i'm sure i know the answer.
Ok explain to me why you get ST segment elevetion after an MI.
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go Helenia
that was uncalled for, especially after me being so friendly to you.
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that was uncalled for, especially after me being so friendly to you.
Oh **** off boygenious
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Oh **** off boygenious
well i never
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Ok explain to me why you get ST segment elevetion after an MI.
i can tell you why you get a segment elevation, but i'm sorry, i don't know what a segment elevetion is.
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i can tell you why you get a segment elevation, but i'm sorry, i don't know what a segment elevetion is.
Go for it. Genious.:rolleyes:
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I agree.

Sodium channels? Never really understood how the biochemical hinge of the inactivation gate worked. Too many bonds for my liking.
Oh, we haven't done about their biochemistry - it's all the Hodgkin and Huxley voltage clamp experiments, and the mathematical description of their dynamics. Fun fun fun.

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Oh **** off boygenious
Go blissy!

Boygenious, why is the Goldman equation a better way to calculate membrane potentials than the Nernst equation?
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Ok explain to me why you get ST segment elevetion after an MI.
eerrm, clinically isn't it right that if ST segment elevation with a flat or convex appearance occurs with the "Q" waves, then the infarct is considered acute or recent (posterior infarct presents differently with ST depression in right precordial leads)?

And if ST elevation has not resolved two weeks after the acute infarct and Q waves are present, a ventricular aneurysm could have occured.

:confused: Wish I had learnt it a bit better.

Edit: I know this doesnt answer your question, but wondered why ST seg elv. was characteristic of acute or recent cardiac event.
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eerrm, clinically isn't it right that if ST segment elevation with a flat or convex appearance occurs with the "Q" waves, then the infarct is considered acute or recent (posterior infarct presents differently with ST depression in right precordial leads).

And if ST elevation has not resolved two weeks after the acute infarct and Q waves are present, a ventricular aneurysm could have occured.

:confused: Wish I had learnt it a bit better.
OI that was for boygenious, but that sounds about right to me :confused:
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i can tell you why you get a segment elevation, but i'm sorry, i don't know what a segment elevetion is.
People like you piss me off, man. But I'm sure you'll find grammatical errors in this to throw back at my ass as well. Tosser.
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I am classifying this as a notable silence.

Do you concur?


<feels all medically>
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Shropshire? Do you know someone called Jo that lives on a farm, per chance? (A current medic who knows someone that's in cambridge doing med). Ok, very random question.
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(Original post by timeofyourlife)
eerrm, clinically isn't it right that if ST segment elevation with a flat or convex appearance occurs with the "Q" waves, then the infarct is considered acute or recent (posterior infarct presents differently with ST depression in right precordial leads)?

And if ST elevation has not resolved two weeks after the acute infarct and Q waves are present, a ventricular aneurysm could have occured.

:confused: Wish I had learnt it a bit better.

Edit: I know this doesnt answer your question, but wondered why ST seg elv. was characteristic of acute or recent cardiac event.
damn, you beat me to it
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