A 43 year old male came with chest pain of 1 hour. On reaching ED he was asymptomatic. ECG done. Interpret.

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Keep under observation for 48 to 72 hrs and take series of ecg and cardiac enzymes and trop i present ecg shows sinus rhythm with st-t changes in avl v2v3v4v5and v6are suggestive of anterolateral ischimia

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Small voltage , and ST .Anteroseptal ischemia .. pericardial effusion/ cardiomyopathy .correlate with CXR

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Stable angina suggested by t wave inversion in chest leads

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Anteroseptal infarction, lateral wall and inf wall ischemia , 1 hour back chest pain now disappeared, repeat after 1 hour , send Cardiac enzymes to confirm findings.

T wave inversion in V1-V5 R/O Acute Coronary Syndrome

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Multiple p waves with different morphology St t changes in anterior leads ?.?.

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After some exersion he got anginal pain it stabilized after taking rest

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Anterior wall ischemia .

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WLLEN'S TYPE 2 syndrome

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