dear doctor... i was facing some problem .. my ejectionfraction was very low .. it was 30 % ... have done testing recently where my ejectionfraction is 50 % ... i am taking dytor plus 10 half a tab ...
was sent to go get a HIDA scan done last week and It turns out I have a low ejectionfraction of 1% and 5 ... with shooting pain in my RUQ under my ribs, especially after i eat food, even with low to no fat foods as i ...
is high and your pulse is high will that make a higher ejectionfraction....I was really stressed when ... as normal and it even shows that my ejectionfraction they consider normal...what scares me as I been have ...
I recently was hospitalized as I caught a virus which attacked my heart and my ejectionfraction was down to 5%. When I left the hospital my ejectionfraction was 25%. My question is, am I able to go back ...
hi my father 80 years old having dilated heart with an ejectionfraction 20% was quiet stable but now suffers progressive weakness .some confusion .loose motions of dark green colour which were passed ...
I'm have problem (dysfunction) at young age.
Hi doctor. I'm 21 year old male, Asian.
you didnot mention wat dysfunction you have?
owing it to heart dysfunction - systolic or diastolic dysfunction?
how much is the ejectionfraction?
are you smoker or alcoholic?
on wat treatment you are now?
kindly send proper question
ive had an echo due to palpitations, results show ef 61% and rwma, i dont have a copy of the report and my gp was less than helpful in explaining, can you help?
Thanks for the query to H.C.M. Forum.
Normal ejectionfraction is 55- 70 % and in your case it is 61 % that too 41 years age so this is absolutely .
The E F means end diastolic volume from right or left ventricle. rwma related to r wave but not mentioned any abnormality , so presumed that this is normal.
Palpitation may be peri menopause symptom. Good luck.
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