In case you didn’t encounter an elderly with chest discomfort today!
A 78-year-old male patient presented with chest discomfort and SOB. BP: 89/48 mmHg, HR: 128 bpm, RR: 26/min, T: 37, SpO2: 92% in room air. He has a history of lung cancer, hypertension and diabetes mellitus. Bed side ECG is done. What is your next action?
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