HPI: A 54-year-old male smoker presents to the ED with intermittent left sided chest pain. Episodes last 5 minutes at a time and are associated with mild dyspnea on exertion. There is no associated exertional worsening, diaphoresis, or vomiting. His exam is normal. The following ECG is obtained:
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