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BOF: 2.84

A 56-year-old male is admitted with a 3-hour history of severe, crushing central chest pain, which radiates to his shoulder tip and is associated with sweating and nausea. You arrange an ECG on this patient. Which one of the following would be an indication for thrombolysis?

 

a)      1 mm ST elevation in one chest lead

b)      1 mm ST elevation in one limb lead

c)      Right bundle branch block

d)      Dominant R wave with ST depression in leads V1 to V3

e)      3 mm ST depression in 3 limb leads

 

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