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A 72-year-old woman collapses in the street whilst shopping with her husband.
She is found in PEA and standard ALS treatment is delivered en route.
Her husband reports that she is normally hypertensive and has a 2-month history of weight loss and malaise.
In the case of this patient, what diagnoses should you consider as the cause of this woman’s collapse?
In the case of the 72-year-old woman, what investigations might you consider?
In the case of the 72-year-old woman, what interventions might you consider beyond those routinely used in the ALS algorithm?