Your-Doctor Multiple Choice Questions (MCQ)

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Question 41#Print Question

A 48-year-old man with a history of hypercholesterolemia presents to the emergency department with 1 hour of substernal chest pain, nausea, and sweating. His ECG is shown below. There is no history of hypertension, stroke, or any other serious illness.

Which of the following is most appropriate at this time?

a. Aspirin, calcium-channel blocker, morphine, primary percutaneous coronary intervention
b. Aspirin, beta-blocker, morphine
c. Aspirin, beta-blocker, morphine, primary percutaneous coronary intervention
d. Aspirin, morphine, primary percutaneous coronary intervention
e. Aspirin, beta-blocker




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