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46 yrs male pt presented with progressive dyspnea, exertional angina and facial edema since last 8days. known hypertensive and on beta blockers. BP 110/80.mhg spo2 94% sr creat 0.9 BSL 98 Hb 8 wbc 4300 plt 1.9 adv Echo, TFT. and started diuretics plz interpret CXR and ECG.

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ECG shows - Q waves seen in lead V2 - V5 suggestive of old anterior wall myocardial infarction X ray shows - Patchy opacities in right lower zone suggestive of Pulmonary oedema/ Bronchopneumonia

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Non progression of R waves in chest leads. R/O Corpulmonale (Acute)-PTE.

Low volage complexes.R/ O Hypothyroidism and treat aneamia.

Ecg Low voltage Old AWMI Now to establish reason of failure is Anemia /Post MI

Get done thyroid function also

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ECG Small voltage complexes. Qs in V1 to V5. OLD ANTERIOR WALL MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION X-ray chest KERLE B LINES.. Increased bronchovascular markings IMPRESSION POST MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION FAILURE Coronary artery disease Adv ECHO, reduction of beta blockers, add diuretics, ARBs, salt and fluid restriction,ADMISSION AND TREATMENT

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Ecg shows st elevation in v4 v5 and q wve in v1- v5 Suggest septal MI XRAY normal Treat anaemia

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ECG shows - Q waves seen in lead V2 - V5 suggestive of old anterior wall myocardial infarction X ray shows - Patchy opacities in right lower zone suggestive of Pulmonary oedema/ Bronchopneumonia

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Chest scan NAD.

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Poor progression of R wave Low voltage complexes in many leads b/l haziness in lung bases ?failure due to Anemia Blood Transfusion

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T wave inverse in lead v1-v3; probably myocardial ischemia, cxr seems to be within normal limits. Pt is anaemic.

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