Temp 36.8 B.M 7.2 (Editor's note: B.M. is BGL measured in millimoles. 1 mmol/L of glucose is equivalent to 18 mg/dL. Hence, this patient's sugar is about 130).
C/O chest pain.
O - Acute. Awoken from sleep. P - Nothing makes pain better. Not affected by breathing Q - Non specific compressing type pain R - Central chest pain radiating left arm S - Pain score 6/10 T - 30 mins I - No pain intervention sought.
Slight nausea, nil vomit
The cardiac monitor is attached.
A 12-lead ECG is captured.
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This ECG meets all 3 of a certain criteria.
What criteria are we talking about and how would you treat this patient?
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