Here's a new "Snapshot" case courtesy of Dr. Bojana Uzelac from Serbia…
A 44 year old male presents with a chief complaint of tightness in his chest x 1 hour. He was on his way to a conference when it started and states:
"It feels kind of like asthma. I've never been diagnosed but I imagine this is what it would feel like. Maybe I'm just nervous about speaking in front of everyone."
Vitals: HR 85 bpm, RR 20/min, SpO2 97% on room air, BP 157/84 mmHg, and temp 37.1 C.
The patient's skin is cool and dry and he appears mildly anxious. The following EKG is then captured.
Is this patient experiencing a STEMI? If so, where would his occlusion be located?