Case 4

This 92 year old man was admitted to the Emergency Department Short Stay Unit for investigation and management of epigastric discomfort and dark stools.

His vital signs were normal, there was no melaena, and his blood tests were unchanged from earlier investigations...

Case 5

This 53 year old man had sudden onset of left sided chest tightness at 1100 hours, associated with sweating, nausea and light headedness. He went to his general practitioner, and had a brief syncopal episode with a systolic blood pressure of 80 mm Hg. He was brought to the Emergency Department