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A patient, 70 years old, comes w/ chest pain, across the anterior precordium, described as tightness, pressure, or squeezing. Pain radiates to the jaw, neck, arms, back, and epigastrium. The left arm is affected. He has nausea and anxiety. There are ST segment elevations. When is thrombolytic therapy contraindicated? Very important concept…

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A patient, 70 years old, comes w/ chest pain, across the anterior precordium, described as tightness, pressure, or squeezing. Pain radiates to the jaw, neck, arms, back, and epigastrium. The left arm is affected. He has nausea and anxiety. There are ST segment elevations. When is thrombolytic therapy contraindicated? Very important concept…

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