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Problem based review: The Pregnant Woman Presenting to the AMU with Palpitations

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Abstract

Pregnant patients commonly present to the acute medical team with symptoms requiring further investigation. Palpitations are a common reason for presentation on the acute medical take, and most acute physicians will be familiar with the process of investigation. The combination of pregnancy and palpitations raises a broad differential diagnosis and can complicate the management pathway. This problem based review is designed to summarise the key issues which may arise during the management of a typical patient presenting in this way.

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