Patient with history of recurrent retrosternal chest pain, each episode lasting 3-5 min and subsiding with sublingual nitrate. Now presented in emergency with chest pain. He is a k/c/o HTN, DM, hypercholestrolemia. On Lovastatin, aspirin, atenolol, metformin, ECG shows LVH with flat T wave. What is next step in management?
a) IV GTN infusion
b) Injection Enoxaparin
c) Add clopidogrel
d) Increase the dose of beta blocker
Rahul Gupta this is different qus… he is asking qus in which troponin t & TEE were options
Add clopidogrel was the answer?
max faculty saying Enoxaparin
I can’t recall qus but i think patient had mi ,& next step was asked so i marked troponin