Reversible myocardial ischemia following acute upper airway obstruction

      The patient was a previously healthy 24-year-old man, admitted with cough, hoarseness, and dyspnea following ingestion of 1 g penicillin. The medication was prescribed to the patient for the treatment of acute tonsillitis.
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        • Lee C
        • Wolfe K.B
        • Rabson J.L
        Reversible biventricular dysfunction secondary to ischemia in a patient with acute airway obstruction.
        Can J Cardiol. 1999; 15: 705-708