HPI: A 38-year-old man presents with mid-sternal, sharp chest pain. The pain is non-radiating, worse when supine, and is not associated with any diaphoresis or vomiting. The following ECG is done:
Before watching this week’s video, ask yourself these questions:
- What ECG abnormalities do you notice?
- What is your differential diagnosis?
- What are the diagnostic criteria needed for the diagnosis of Acute Pericarditis?
Kudos: Big thanks to Drs. Brandon Parker, David Gatz, Deema Harakati, & Anthony Robert for sharing this week’s cases.