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Response to Drs D Tayler, J Gunn, D Chamberlain: Diagnosing an MI: don't trust the monitor!
  1. T W Johnson,
  2. A French,
  3. T Y Tan,
  4. J W Strange
  1. Bristol Heart Institute, Bristol, UK
  1. Correspondence toDr Thomas W Johnson, Bristol Heart Institute, Upper Maudlin Street, Bristol BS2 8HW, UK; tom.johnson{at}uhbristol.nhs.uk

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We read with interest the piece entitled “Diagnosing an MI: don't trust the monitor!” by Tayler et al.1 We have had a similar experience with electrocardiography (ECG) filter-related artefactual ST segment change, resulting in direct …

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