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A 27 year old man who uses cocaine on a regular basis and who is a smoker presents with central crushing chest pain of 3 hours duration. He had been using cocaine prior to the onset of the chest pain. He is found to be hypertensive and tachycardic. An ECG revealed ST elevation of 3mm in I, II, aVL and V4 V6. What is the next step in the management?

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