The following ECG is from a patient that has presented with left arm pain:
Tag Archives: STEMI
ECG of the Week – 26th June 2019 – Interpretation
Reviewing the ECG of a 63 yr old with chest discomfort
ECG of the Week – 24th April 2019 – Interpretation
The following ECG is taken from a 82 year old non-English speaking lady whose family states she woke feeling unwell and with a funny feeling in her left arm:
ECG of the Week – 6th March 2019 – Interpretation
The following ECG is from a 55 year old male who presented to the ED after experiencing on-going left sided chest ache.
FOAM Eye-Catchers 12: Lead aVL – overlooked but crucial in diagnosing STEMI
Several pieces of gold in the FOAM world from doctors Stephen Smith and Amal Mattu have highlighted the importance of ST changes in ECG lead aVL for diagnosing and excluding inferior and lateral STEMIs.