Dr. Bruce Cload

Assistant Chief Emergency Medicine, Saskatoon

Project: Optimizing evaluation and follow up of suspected cardiac chest pain in the emergency department

The aim of Dr. Cload’s project is to optimize the evaluation and follow-up of patients who present at the emergency department (ED) and are assessed for potential heart attack and near-future risk. A rapid access chest pain clinic (CRAC) was established which saw patients within seven days of being sent home at moderate risk and shifted lab testing so repeat bloodwork came in sooner for low-risk patients, so they could potentially go home sooner.

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