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ECG shows non specific intra ventricular conduction delay. Meaning ?

Dear Dr, I had an ECG done and the results is Abnormal ECG, non specific intraventricular conduction delay , sinus rythm-normal P axis, V-rate 50-99, RBBB and LPFB - QRSd 120ms, axis (90,210)...ST elev, probable normal early repol pattern...ST pattern, age 55. What does intraventricular conduction delay mean? Thanx beforehand, for the answer.
Asked On : Sat, 23 Feb 2013
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your ecg does not have significant disease characteristics.
You don't go by machine given report, better show it to a cardiologist and if needed he will evaluate further .
non specific intra ventricular conduction delay is itself indicates non specific , so don't be panic.
As you are 55 yrs , evaluate completely.
Answered: Tue, 5 Mar 2013
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