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Sinus arrest following stenting of the right coronary artery
  1. Swee-Chong Seow,
  2. Wern-Miin Soo,
  3. Clara S Tolentino
  1. Correspondence to Dr Swee-Chong Seow; Swee_Chong_Seow{at}

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An elderly man was admitted for myocardial infarction. A coronary angiogram showed the culprit lesion to be an 80% stenosis of the proximal right coronary artery (RCA). Angioplasty followed by deployment of a bare metal stent showed good results (figure 1). The following day, cardiac enzymes were elevated. There was also bradycardia of 50 beats per minute. A post-stenting ECG showed sinus arrest …

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