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EKG shows sinus arrhythmia, short PR interval. Indications?

Hi, I am a 19 year old female. I just had an EKG ( ECG ) done for some testing I need before being admitted to an inpatient program for an eating disorder . The doctor gave me a copy of the EKG but no description on what it means. I was wondering if you could give me an indication of if this is normal or something I should be looking into further. P/Pr: 94/110ms QRS: 88ms QT/QTc: 396/448ms P/QRS/T: 47/100/28 deg Heart Rate: 77bpm Then it lists sinus arrhythmia and short PR interval. Is this something I should be asking a doctor about?
Asked On : Tue, 1 Jan 2013
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thank you.sinus arrhythmia is a normal denotes a change in cardiac rhythm during inspiration & expiration.there are some causes of short PR interval & may be presents in normal person.if you have any symptoms like sudden loss of consciousness,dizziness or palpitation then you may consult a cardiologist or otherwise not.
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