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Lead II; III; aVf
ST elevation would affect which area of the heart
inferior wall
Leads II; III; aVf; V5; V6
ST elevation affects which area of the heart
inferoapical wall
Lead: I; aVl; V5; V6
Inferolateral wall
Lead : V1-V4
Anterior wall
Lead I; aVl; V1-V6
Anterolateral wall
Lead: V1-V3
Anteroseptal wall ST segment elevations
Lead: V5; V6
Apical wall
Lead I; aVl; V5; V6
Lateral wall
Lead: V1-V3
Posterior wall ST segment depressions; tall, upright r-wave
Leads : V1; V2
Septal wall ST segment elevations
SX: prodrome symptoms of chest pressure, tingling, tenderness, and pain along involved dermatomes
Herpes zoster
Sx: Anterior chest pain, sharply localized
Sx: Pain occurs when inflammatory process extends to pleura, worse on inspiration, fever chills, dyspnea, sputum production
Sudden onset, sever unilateral chest pain, generally pleuritic in nature, dyspnea
Same as pneumothorax, yet with substernal chest pressure with throat tightness
Tension pneumothorax