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EKG shows repolarization disturbance. Family history of congested heart failure. Need for concern?

Husnands EKG shows minor inferior repolarization disturbance,consider ischemia ,LV overload or specific change 98ms p/pr 110/158 ms QT/Qtc 364/420ms flat or low neg T in a VF P/QRS/T Axis 48/-14/5 deg with neg T in lll heart rate 80BPM ECG without signicficant abnormalitlies age 70 years old His mother died at 96.5 with congested heart failure and father heart attack at 82 . Is there any thing in this report to be real concern since he has had many many EKG with all being normal until today. ? Stress test was set up.
Asked On : Thu, 18 Oct 2012
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in your case do stress test ,as is indicated in view of his age , gender , and positive family history , i also advice to do 2 D Echo test also as it will also gives idea of heart pumping fuction
no need to panic but in view of age and positive family history we need to evalute him for abnormal EKG finding
consult your cardiologist and get evaluated
take care
Answered: Wed, 31 Oct 2012
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