Suspected MI??

Is it MI? left side chest pain with left hand paresthesia

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NSR St elevation in L2L3avf But depression in L1 avl And V1V2V3V4v5 Significant depression in v2v3 Sinus tachycardia I don't think it is stemi It is MI but INFEROSEPTAL Also seen ig 1degree AV block
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It is STEMI inf wall. Urgent management in ICU. Ntg betablockers. Double antiplatelet agents. Cardiac enzymes 2d echo.thrombolysis/ emergency ptci
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Yes ,it is MI ?
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Ischemia
Small voltage complexes Right axis deviation ST elevation and T inversion in lateral leads . ST depression and T inversion in anteroseptal leads . ? Lateral wall STEMI with anteroseptal reciprocal changes DD Old lateral wall MI with NonSTEMI in anteroseptal wall . Observation, serial ECGs, Cardiac enzymes , angio
This is posterior wall infarction , take right sided and posterior wall leads also , give loading doses , consider for thrombolysis , or if affordable and in window period pami
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ST elevation primarily localised to leads I and aVL is referred to as a high lateral STEMI.
AQRS + I65 1° A V BLOCK SUBENDOCARDIAL ANTERIOR WALL MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION
SUGGESTIVE of S T E M I.... ...INFERIOR. WALL..
Inferioposteriolateral mi
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