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Abnormal EKG??

During Biology class today, we conducted an EKG lab. Mine appeared with abnormal results. Mine differed from the average graph in that the spikes appeared to be inverted. Upon asking my teacher, he decided it was some muscle abnormality or foreign substance that was present on my skin. Should i be worried for any circulatory conditions, e.g. high blood pressure/aneurysms? QRS if im not mistaken, but just imagine a normal graph flipped upside down other students who used the same machine showed results that appeared normal to my limited knowledge
Asked On : Fri, 18 Dec 2009
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Dear Jake, After going through your question, the main question is that M shaped QRS recording came in all leads, if yes than you are suffering from right bundle branch block which may be partial or complete, as I have not seen the EKG. I will recommend you to see a cardiologist immediately, and have your case sorted out. Take care, Dr Q.
Answered: Fri, 18 Dec 2009
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