Sean Fox, MD
- Peaked T-waves are narrow and symmetric.
- Wide and irregular QRS morphology.
- Strongly consider when QRS duration greater than 200 ms.
- Give calcium early on in the management course.
- Wellen's Sign
- Classically, deep symmetric T wave in V1-4.
- Less commonly, ST elevation with biphasic T wave in V2-3.
- Highly specific for proximal LAD occlusion.