Martin Than, MBBS

All posts by Martin Than, MBBS

November 25th, 2013

A 2-Hour Diagnostic Protocol for Assessing Chest Pain in the ED

Martin Than discusses his study group’s randomized trial comparing a 2-hour diagnostic protocol with a standard protocol for patients who report chest pain in the emergency department.

May 29th, 2012

Two-Hour ADP Can Safely and Rapidly Discharge Low-Risk Patients

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John Ryan, Martin Than, and James de Lemos discuss Martin’s new study, which examines the use of an accelerated 2-hour diagnostic protocol to determine which patients with chest pain in the ED are low-risk and can be discharged early.

April 13th, 2011

Which Chest-Pain Patients in the ED Are “Low Risk”?

CardioExchange welcomes Dr. Martin Than, lead author of the Lancet article on ASPECT, an observational study of a 2-hour diagnostic protocol to assess chest pain in the emergency department. CardioExchange’s Dr. James de Lemos asks Than about the nuances of the protocol. We welcome you to offer your own questions and opinions. Background: The accelerated diagnosis […]