ECG Cases 4: Lateral STEMI or Occlusion MI?

In this ECG Cases blog we look at seven patients with potentially ischemic symptoms and subtle ECG changes in the lateral leads. Which had acute coronary occlusion?  Introducing the concept of Occlusion MI - a paradigm shift in ECG diagnosis of MI...

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ECG Cases 3: Can you find the subtle inferior MI?

In this ECG Cases blog we look at 8 patients with potentially ischemic symptoms, to highlight pearls and pitfalls of inferior MI. Can you identify which ones had acute coronary occlusion?...

ECG Cases 2: Early Repolarization or Anterior STEMI?

In this ECG Cases blog we present ECGs from 7 patients who presented with chest pain and mild anterior ST elevation. Can you identify which were early repolarization and which were anterior STEMI?