Coronary Artery Disease - Unstable Angina/Non-STEMI Case #2

A 78-year-old female with a remote history of coronary artery disease, prior transient ischemic attack and diabetes presents with substernal chest pains. Her temperature is 99.0, blood pressure 110/60 mm Hg, respirations 12 per minute and heart rate 80 per minute. Her ECG is below:

AllECG-Tracing162

Which of the following should be given in addition to aspirin, beta-blockers and anticoagulation with heparin?

A. Clopidogrel

B. Ticlopidine

C. Prasugrel

D. Apixiban

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