Widespread ST elevation occurs across many leads, typically inferior (II, III, aVF), anterior (V2-4) and lateral (I, aVL, V5, V6) distributions.
See also: ST segment
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This ECG is from a young man presented after a stab wound to the chest. Rapid ED diagnosis of cardiac penetrating trauma was made by ED ultrasound, and the patient went to the OR and had a wound to the right atrium repaired. There was no laceration of any coronary vessel. He did well. This ECG was recorded at day 3 because of tachycardia.