Here's another interesting case brought to my attention by the one and only David Hildebrandt.
EMS is called to a local medical clinic to transfer a 53 year old male to the emergency department.
It turns out the patient was in for a regular check-up.
He appears to be in excellent physical condition and states that he is a personal trainer at the local gym.
Past medical history: Hypertension
Vital signs are assessed.
SpO2: 99 on RA
A 12-lead ECG is captured which matches the ECG taken at the clinic.
Why is the physician at the clinic concerned?