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ECG shows 801 sinus rhythm, 601 T abnormality, 122 counterclockwise rotation. Indications?

Hi Doc, Good morning! I am Melody Macabuhay from the Philippines. I undergo an ecg yesterday i just want to ask with regargs the results noted with the printed paper. The analysis results were: 801 Sinus Rythm 601 T Abnormality ( Flat T ) 122 Counter Clockwise Rotation Doc is this a deasese? Curable or is my heart can be normal again? How? I am very worried because i am planning to go to Singapore for work . Hope you can help me with this. Thank you in advance Doc.
Asked On : Sat, 10 Nov 2012
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Hi friend
Welcome to Health Care Magic

Don't worry.
The computer interpretation needs to be confirmed by a doctor.

Sinus rhythm is NORMAL
Counter Clockwise rotation could also be normal - body habitus and so on / occasionally due to problems from right ventricle of the heart
Flat T is normal in certain leads.

The chance of a disease is practically - if not theoretically - small.
Only an examination can confirm.

Take care
Wishing speedy recovery
God bless
Good luck
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