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ECG report showed Normal Sinus Rhythm and premature Arial Complexes. Abnormal ECG? What could be the problem?

Sir, My ECG report is as follows:-
800 Normal Sinus Rhythm
851 premature Arial Complexes
401 Short PR int
122 Counter clockwise rotation
vent rate (BPM) ;82
PR Int (ms) :123
p/qrs/t int.(ms) 89 82 194
qt/qtc int (ms) 324 346
p/qrs/t axis Dig :57.4.18
RVI/SV5 Amp.(mv):
RV5/sv1 Amp.(mv):136.0.46

Abnormal ECG

Please tell any problem with or nor.
Asked On : Mon, 22 Apr 2013
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You have to be alert if your pulse becomes rapid -more than 200per minute
Sometimes this happens in atrial fibrilation, WPW syndrome, and in some kind of cardio myopathies , A_V NoDE blocks etc
Your cardiologist will decipher the exact cause.
All you have to see is whether your pulse becomes abnormally high rate, and also watch the rate on exertion, any attacks of Syncopy(fainting), dizziness,blurring of vision, palpitation even without exertion.
There are medications for this kind of presentation (atrial fibrillation), trust your cardiologist to treat you
Answered: Mon, 22 Apr 2013
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