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Done ECG. Is my report normal?

i had done ecg today my age is 32,and the intervals and beats are like this HR97/min,axis p56,qrs23,t12 ,intervals PR620ms ,P84ms ,PR140ms ,QRS66ms ,QT346ms ,QTC444 ,5mm/mV,P(11)0.15mv,S(V1)-0.71mv,R(V5)0.75mvs,sokol1052mv, sinus rhythm normal ecg,is tjhere any problem with this ecg or is it normal,kindly reply this question
Asked On : Wed, 10 Oct 2012
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Hi Sanzpaddu,
Please tell what was the reason for getting an ECG, were you having some chestpain,etc ?
Please tell your age and your personal and medical history like are you on some medication, etc. because sometimes ECG may be normal but you can need medicine.
The readings you have mentioned must be written on the report but it will be better if you scan the ECG and post it as ECG can be better commented by seeing the different waves and complexes on the report.
Answered: Wed, 10 Oct 2012
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