MCQ – 89168


A 68-year-old man with a history of diabetes, hypertension, and hyperlipidemia are transported to the hospital via ambulance, complaining of crushing substernal chest pain. Emergency medical services personnel report that ST segments are >2 mm elevated in multiple anterior leads. Which of the following electrocardiographic findings is LEAST likely in this patient?

A.  Hyperacute T waves in the precordial leads


ST-segment depression in leads III and aVF


Shortened QT interval


New right bundle branch block

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