37 year old acute chest pain
EMS responded to home of an average shape 37 year old male patient who was out jogging when he began to have some substernal chest pain that radiates to his left arm. He stated he was having some mild shortness of breath with nausea but no vomiting. No significant medical history and on no medications. He stated he hesitated calling EMS but after a while he got concerned that he was not feeling any better.
He appears anxious. Skin is pale and moist. Lungs clear = bilat.
BP 100/50 RR 20 HR 56
12 lead obtained