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Table 1 Timeline

From: Plaque erosion causing ST-elevation myocardial infarction after consumption of cannabis and N2O in a 27-year old man: a case report

4 h Consumption of cannabis, N2O, and alcohol
2 h Chest pain onset
0 h Presentation to the emergency department
10 min ST-elevation in leads II, III, avF, V4-V6 on initial ECG
2 h Coronary angiogram and OCT confirming the diagnosis of STEMI due to plaque erosion in the proximal LAD
2 h 25 min Successful implantation of 1 drug-eluting stent into the LAD
1–2 days Uneventful rhythm monitoring
2 days Hospital discharge
6 months Good recovery after STEMI, cessation of drug consumption, reduction of smoking, had participated in outpatient cardiac rehabilitation program
  1. ECG electrocardiogram, LAD left anterior descending artery, STEMI ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction