A/P- who presents with chest pain consistent w/
-Typical chest pain -> patient w/ substernal/left sided chest pain, worsened by stress, relieved by rest/nitroglycerine
-Atypical chest pain-> patient w/only 2/3 symptoms of typical chest pain
-Patient is high/low risk given no comorbidities/comorbidities of
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12 lead EKG interpretation-
Aspirin 162 to 325 mg given
Cardiac monitor attached
IV access obtained, labs drawn for cardiac biomarkers (high sensitivity troponin)
Nitrates given (unless contraindications)
Oxygen as necessary
Likely diagnosis: STEMI, NSTEMI, Unstable angina
-Chest pain and initial assessment non-reassuring for cardiac chest pain, sent to ED for ACS rule out.
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