E.A.L., male, 64 years old, white, retired
HDA: patient with a previous hypertension and congestive heart failure diagnosis. Ex-smoker
Sudden onset of dyspnea 1 hour prior to admission withouth chest pain or other complaint. On the way, 10 minutes before arrival at the hospital, he had sudden loss of consciousness. Patient admitted to the emergency room in cardiopulmonary arrest (rhythm?) And resuscitated after 10 minutes of resuscitation maneuvers.
He is using regularly captopril, amlodipine, carvedilol, spironolactone, simvastatin, furosemide, and monocordil.
Report for family history of cardiorespiratory previous sudden cardiac arrest.