There are five features on this "normal" ECG that suggest impending inferior STEMI - can you spot them?
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55 year old male presents with central chest pain and diaphoresis. Describe and interpret this ECG. LITFL Top 100 ECG
Right ventricular infarction. Suspect in all patients with inferior STEMI
Chest pain and diaphoresis. BP 80/50. Describe and interpret his ECG. Bradycardia and AV Block in Inferior STEMI
A review of the ECG features of inferior STEMI, Inferior ST elevation myocardial infarction LITFL ECG Library