A 54 year old man presents with severe central chest pain for 2 hours, which was acute in onset and is associated with nausea, vomiting and sweating.
His medical and family histories are unremarkable. He is a social drinker only and does not smoke. A recent check up showed a normal fasting blood glucose, lipid profile, renal and liver functions.
Serial ECGs show sinus tachycardia only, while troponin-I levels are within normal limits.