52yr male c/o chest pain two episodes lasts for 2 to 3 minutes.bp12o/80 pulse 84.no other specific problem. This his ECG .non diabetic.pt.

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Ecg seems to be normal. Adv.gastric.medication

ECG looks normal but if symptomatic, should be evaluate on the line of ACS...serial ecgs nd cardiac enzymes to be sent...
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Pls elaborate on the symptoms. The chest pain, was it typical cardiac pain? Atypical cardiac pain? Was it evn a cardiac pain in the first place? Any association with food intake? Any heart burn? Associated palpitations? Giddiness/syncope? Sweating? were the two episodes connected in anyway? Wat time of the day did he get the chest pain? Any association with exertion? When was this ecg taken anyway? How long after the episode? Is he on any medications? Is he an asthmatic? Any co morbidities? Any family history of heart disease? Wat were the examination findings? Any precordial intercostal tenderness? Bony tenderness?

NSR, NORMAL AXIS, NO ST SEGMENT OR T WAVE CHANGES.. .LIKE TO SUGGEST FOR SERIAL ECGS AND SEND TRO -I IMMEDIATELY...

ECG within normal limits but do cardiac markers & f/u ECG otherwise give inj pan & liq antacids

if clinically pain is suggestive of IHD go for TMT and if required cor angiography

It's a normal ECG.

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normal ecg but if patient is having risk factors for CAD then CAG will be useful

NORMAL ECG RPT ECG BLOOD .TROP I WATCH TMT = IF NO PAIN FOR FEW HRS

BER If clinically suspicious than do serial ecg

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