Pt complains of acute chest pain for 20 minutes and pain in his left arm for 3 days. Pt presented lethargic and extremely diaphoretic. All vitals within normal limits upon initial assessment. No other medical Hx. Pt was transported emergency traffic. During transport pt went into ventricular fibrillation and pt was defibrillated immediately with sinus bradycardia following and no CPR required. V-fib lasted approx. 18 seconds. Pt remained stable throughout remainder of transport to cardiac catheterization lab. Before and after pictures of RCA complete blockage relieved after catherization.

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