A patient has persistent >2mm ST elevation in V2-6 two hours following a myocardial infarction, with hypertension of 205/115 mmHg

A patient has persistent >2mm ST elevation in V2-6 two hours following a myocardial infarction, with hypertension of 205/115 mmHg. He has already been given morphine and aspirin. What is the next…

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What would typically cause the pressure–volume curve of the left ventricle to be shifted to the left?

What would typically cause the pressure–volume curve of the left ventricle to be shifted to the left? a) Aortic regurgitation b) Mitral stenosis c) Aortic stenosis d) Mitral regurgitation e)…

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