This is a straightforward EKG that everyone should know. We saw this patient a week ago.He is 56-y-o-Hispanic man in ER with SOB. What is the interpretation? What is next?
A 48-year-old male post-PCI to LAD. He reports 2/10 chest pain, otherwise hemodynamically stable.
24 year old male complaining from palpitation, sweating, shorness of breath since 1 month, not regular ocurring of symptoms, general examintaion is normal in all indices BP=130,Pulse=65,T=37C, then subjected to ECG. your opinions Drs?
67 year old complains of palpitations. History is significant for CAD s/p pci, cardiomyopathy LVEF 30%. EKG suggests:1- Atrial tachycardia2- AVNRT3- VT4- Junctional tachycardia
A 41-year-old male presented with 2-hr history of severe retrosternal chest pain and diaphoresis. He has no prior history other than h/o smoking. In ED, he was diaphoretic and in severe pain rated 7/10. His vital signs stable. Presenting EKG is shown below. Question: Is this a STEMI or Not? What is the culprit lesion?