Early Repolarization syndrome is elevation of the QRS–ST junction of at least 0.1 mV from baseline in the inferior or lateral lead, manifested as QRS slurring or notching. .Lead avR and V1-V3 are spared.
This article is based on Pual Wood’s most articulated article in British medical Journal September 20 1958
Dr. Victor Eisenmenger published his paper on “congenital defects of the ventricular septum ” in 1897. where he describes a patient 32 year
ACC AHA classify patients with symptoms suggestive of ACS on arrival to emergency department, by initial evaluation of history, ECG ,and serum cardiac marker into noncardiac diagnosis, chronic stable angina, Possible ACS and definite ACS.