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A 52-year-old man presented with sudden onset chest pain immediately after eating. The pain was felt strongly in his back and was ‘indescribable’. He arrived via ambulance to the ED clammy, severely nauseated and in 10/10 pain. He had a background of depression and hiatus hernia. No cardiac risk factors. His observations were as follows: HR 100, BP 120/70, Sats 98% on air, lactate 3.6 mmol.L–1. His ECG showed normal sinus rhythm.
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