HPI: A 69-year-old woman with history of diabetes presents to the ED with radiating chest pressure associated with diaphoresis. Her initial ECG did not meet cath lab criteria but had non-specific abnormalities concerning for ischemia. Despite maximizing medical treatment, the patient has intractable chest pain and the following repeat ECG is obtained:

Case ECG



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