Published: September 11th, 2016

Category: STEMI

Pre-hospital ECG


Emergency Department ECG


Cardiac Cath Report

LMCA: Normal caliber vessel that is angiographically normal.

LAD: Large-sized, transapical vessel with proximal 99% stenosis followed by distal 65% stenosis. The LAD gives off a normal caliber D1 with severe diffuse disease extending proximally to distally. D2 is small and patent, D3 is normal-sized and patent.

LCX: Large-sized, nondominant vessel that gives off a large-sized OMB that bifurcates and is patent. The LCx is small as it travels through the AV groove.

RCA: Large-sized, dominant vessel with MLI. The PDA and PLA are patent

Successful stent placement to proximal LAD