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  1. A 30-something with 8 hours of chest pain and an elevated troponin
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: A 30-something with 8 hours of chest pain and an elevated troponin"
  2. It is not a STEMI; it is an opportunity to save myocardium!
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: It is not a STEMI; it is an opportunity to save myocardium!"
  3. A male in his 50s with chest pain. What is your interpretation?
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: A male in his 50s with chest pain. What is your interpretation?"
  4. Is this acute coronary occlusion? Simple ACS? Where is the culprit lesion?
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: Is this acute coronary occlusion? Simple ACS? Where is the culprit lesion?"
  5. A middle-aged woman with chest pain and a "normal" ECG in triage
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: A middle-aged woman with chest pain and a "normal" ECG in triage"
  6. Anterior ST Elevation with Elevated Troponin, but with low T/ST ratio, 2 Cases
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: Anterior ST Elevation with Elevated Troponin, but with low T/ST ratio, 2 Cases"
  7. How do I persuade my cardiologist to take a Non-STEMI patient to the cath lab emergently?
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: How do I persuade my cardiologist to take a Non-STEMI patient to the cath lab emergently?"
  8. 12 Cases of Use of 3- and 4-variable formulas to differentiate normal STE from subtle LAD occlusion
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: 12 Cases of Use of 3- and 4-variable formulas to differentiate normal STE from subtle LAD occlusion"
  9. A Middle-Aged Man with crescendo angina
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: A Middle-Aged Man with crescendo angina"
  10. A male in his 60s with chest pain
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: A male in his 60s with chest pain"
  11. Test almost all of your most important ECG rhythm interpretation skills with this case.
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: Test almost all of your most important ECG rhythm interpretation skills with this case."
  12. A Very Elderly Male with a Fall and no Chest Pain
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: A Very Elderly Male with a Fall and no Chest Pain"
  13. Bizarre T-wave Inversions in a Patient without Chest Pain
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: Bizarre T-wave Inversions in a Patient without Chest Pain"
  14. 30-something with chest pain, a fragmented QRS, and a ST Elevation.
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: 30-something with chest pain, a fragmented QRS, and a ST Elevation."
  15. Cardiogenic shock with wide complex tachycardia and poor LV function in a young woman
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: Cardiogenic shock with wide complex tachycardia and poor LV function in a young woman"
  16. Starting a list of some of the best blog cases here....
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: Starting a list of some of the best blog cases here...."
  17. Chest pain and Concordant ST Depression in a patient with aortic valve and previously normal angiogram
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: Chest pain and Concordant ST Depression in a patient with aortic valve and previously normal angiogram"
  18. Inferolateral ST elevation, vomiting, and elevated troponin
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: Inferolateral ST elevation, vomiting, and elevated troponin"
  19. Chest pain and a "normal" ECG
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: Chest pain and a "normal" ECG"
  20. 30 yo woman with chest pain and a "normal ECG" by the computer, this one prehospital
    "Dr. Smith's ECG Blog: 30 yo woman with chest pain and a "normal ECG" by the computer, this one prehospital"
 
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