ECG Case #6 - Question #1

A 50 year old male with no past medical history presents to the emergency room with sudden onset severe chest pain. The pain is 10/10, substernal, sharp in nature, worse with deep inspiration, not positional or reproducible, and associated with shortness of breath and dizziness but no diaphoresis, nausea, or vomiting.

His temperature is 37.0, blood pressure 80/40, heart rate 110, respiratory rate is 28. His oxygen saturation is 88% on room air. He appears in mild distress, no jugular venous distension is present, he is tachycardic and regular without any murmurs. His lungs are clear to auscultation. The rest of his exam is normal. His ECG is below.

What are the findings of this ECG tracing?