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<p>The ECG in the figure illustrates how rapidly ST-T wave changes may develop during active stages of acute ST elevation myocardial infarction. In this case, no more than 8 minutes was necessary for the ECG to evolve from a minimally abnormal tracing to the dramatic picture of diffuse ST-T wave changes.</p>

ECG Review: What Has Happened in 8 Minutes?