I'm not exactly sure what you mean by "back echo". I can tell you that if the patient collapsed with severe chest pain, doing an angiogram is the right thing to do. I would wait until you get the results of the angiogram.
Sometimes the heart muscle can be damaged from a heart attack. On the echo, you can see a weakened heart muscle. Medications and opening the blocked artery can often help the heart muscle to recover.
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