Traditionally, nausea and vomiting were thought to be related to inferior-wall MIs. However, some studies have suggested that these symptoms are related to infarct size, not location.southerndoc said:I think you're onto something.
I agree with everything said before. You can get sweaty from vagal stimulation. You can also get sweaty from sympathetic stimulation. So it need not be an inferior MI.MedicinePowder said:anyone with chest pain gets asked: any n/v, diaphoresis etc etc. what's the pathophys behind developing n/v and diaphoresis in m.i.?