Key messages

• Rapid diagnosis (<30 min) is important for deciding on the need for reperfusion.

• Beware of atypical presentation (painless; left heart failure; gastrointestinal symptoms), particularly in the elderly.

• Learn the ECG signs: ST elevation, terminal T-wave inversion, new Q waves, bundle branch block.

• Localized wall motion abnormalities on echocardiography are an early sign.

• Follow the evolution of cardiac enzyme release.

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