HPI: A 59-year-old male presents to the ED with exertional chest pain that resolved on arrival. An ECG (#1) is obtained at triage. While being interviewed by the physician who is obtaining a history, the patient becomes diaphoretic and develops worsening chest pain. The following repeat ECG (#2) is obtained:
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