OMI Literature Timeline

2018

Meyers & Smith

The OMI Manifesto

2019

Meyers & Smith

International Journal of Cardiology

Prospective, real-world evidence showing the gap between ST elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) and Occlusion MI (OMI)


2020

Aslanger, Smith, et al.

International Journal of Cardiology Heart & Vasculature

DIFOCCULT Study

DIagnostic accuracy oF electrocardiogram for acute coronary OCClUsion resuLTing in myocardial infarction


Meyers, Bracey, Smith, et al.

Journal of Emergency Medicine

Comparison of the ST elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) vs. NSTEMI and Occlusion MI (OMI) vs. NOMI paradigms of acute MI


2021

Tziakas, Chalikias, Al-Lamee, Kaski

International Journal of Cardiology

Total coronary occlusion in non ST elevation myocardial infarction: Time to change our practice?


Meyers, Bracey, Smith, et al.

International Journal of Cardiology Heart & Vasculature

Accuracy of OMI ECG findings versus STEMI criteria for diagnosis of acute coronary occlusion myocardial infarction


Aslanger, Meyers, Smith

Journal of Electrocardiography

STEMI: A transitional fossil in MI classification?


McLaren et al.

American Journal of Emergency Medicine

Sharing and Teaching of Electrocardiograms to Minimize Infarction (STEMI): reducing diagnostic time for acute coronary occlusion in the emergency department


Aslanger, Meyers, Smith

Anatolian Journal of Cardiology

Time for a new paradigm shift in myocardial infarction


Lopez-de-Sa

International Journal of Cardiology

Acute coronary occlusion in non-STEMI: If you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change


Dodd, Meyers, Smith, et al.

Annals of Emergency Medicine [In Press]

Electrocardiographic diagnosis of acute coronary Occlusion Myocardial Infarction in ventricular paced rhythm using the modified Sgarbossa criteria.


Aslanger, Meyers, Bracey, Smith

International Journal of Cardiology

The STEMI/NonSTEMI dichotomy needs to be replaced by Occlusion MI vs. Non-Occlusion MI





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