HPI: A 40-year-old male smoker presents to the ED with substernal chest pressure and pain that radiates to the right arm. Pain is worse with exertion, and associated with diaphoresis & vomiting. The following ECG is obtained:
Before watching this week’s video, ask yourself these questions:
- Which patients with ischemic chest pain should go to the cath lab emergently?
- Would you activate the cath lab based on this HPI and ECG?
Mattu Class II Indications – Stay tuned for next week’s post!
Kudos: Big thanks to Drs. Dean Burns, Amir Reyahi, Bill Brady, for sharing this week’s cases!