60 year old male with chief complaint of acute onset chest pain that feels like "indigestion". Vitals : Blood pressure: 123/89 mmHG Pulse: 100 no, regular radial a.a. Respirations: 18 cycles/min, Orientation: AAOx4, GCS 15 SPO2%: 98% with supplemental oxygen delivered via nasal cannula at 3.0 L/min Blood glucose: 92.0 mg/dl Medical Hx: No significant medical history, takes no medications other than men's multivitamin Interpret 12 lead ECG and suggest our opinion.

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Normal sinus rhythm with right axis deviation..... Inverted T wave in lead I ,aVL,V5 ,V6 so it's Lateral wall MI , blockage in LAD

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Sinus rhythm, regular, 100 bpm, Axis - LAD, LAFB, RWP - absent. Posterolateral STEMI. Trop-T and 2D Echocardiography. Treat as ACS.

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Myocardial infarction.for tratment consult some cardiologist

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LAD LAHB Posterolateral mi

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Lateral wall Ischaemia

Sinus rythm.ecg .to confirm

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Posterio lat MI

Nstemi

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Pt has acute coronary syndrome. Needs immediate coronary angiogram uand may require intervention. Prior hto that trop t and echo may be done Treat as acute coronary syndrome

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Agreed

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