SARS-CoV-2 repeatedly negative

50 yo male, previously healthy, no PMHx, no medications, high fever, and syncope while sitting at the kitchen table. SARS-CoV-2 repeatedly negative, elevated inflammatory markers, Xray suspicious for bronchitis - getting better on ABx. This is his resting ECG. Please feel free to share your thoughts.

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Sinus rhythm, LAD, LAFB,st elevation in lead AVR,V1,v2, poor r progression. D/D acute coronary syndrome. H/o st elevation in lead V1,v2 saddle back t with h/o syncope, Burggada synd. Needed Sr ECG, cardiac enzymes, lipid profile, Echo angiography. Treat accordingly.
At elevation in few leads ? Angina or ACS Adv : Troponin I, cpk MB, ECHO
NSR Left axis deviation LA enlargement ST elevation seen in v1 and v2.
St elevation in v2 and v3 may be ischemic Adv trop I and repeat ecg
NSR, LAD, ST elevation V1, V2,
ECG WITH IN NORMAL LIMITS
Brugada Syndrome type 2? और V1 v2 may be placed high that causes RBBB Morphology Best is to repeat v1 v2 at 4th intercostal as well as 2nd intercostal space before go ahead LAD LAHB
ECG = BIFASCICULAR BLOCK LT ANT HEMIBLOCK + RBBB
Agreed with Dr.Sandeep G
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