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What does "new quadrant III and AVF T-wave changes" mean in an ECG report?

that I have "new quadrant III and AVF T-wave changes, and morphology change AVL" when compared to previous ECG's. I showed this to my primary doctor and she said the changes look to be very little. I have ...
 

Abnormal ECG results, mitral valve prolapse, negative precordial T-waves, possible pulmonary disease. Meaning?

Hi Doctor--I had an ECG and the results were abnormal and as follows: BP: 166 QT/QTc: 388/408 Negative precordial T-waves QRSD: 78 Low voltage possible pulmonary disease P Axle 52 QRS Axis -4 T Axis ...
 

Inverted T-wave observed in EKG. What are the findings from the EKG report?

Inverted T-wave in EKG. I have 3 EKG s I would like someone to take a look at. Is there any way to get them to you? ...
 

Borderline ECG showed nonspecific inferior t wave. Should I be worried?

EKG interpretation by MD for pre-surgery states: "Borderline ECG. Inferior T-waves are non-specific XXXXXXX Anything to worrry about? ...
 

Constantly thirsty, breathlessness. Have mitral valve regurgitation. Could it be due to medication?

sinus rhythm with normal axis and intervals and no significant ST segment or T-wave abnormalities. It is not significantly changed when compared with an electrocardiogram from 7-19-2012 done in the hospital. IMPRESSION: 1 ...
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ECG result: Non specific ST-T wave changes .What does it mean?

what do you mean by non specific ST-T wave changes on ECG result ...
 

What do the ST and T-wave mean in ECG ?

Which is the proper way to write this? had no ST-T-wave changes or had no ST- or T-wave changes ? ...
 

What does flattening of t-waves in 12,13 AVt r/o inferior wall ischemia or non specific ST-T changes indicate?

I want to ask about the result of my ECG. the interpretation is: Flattening of t-waves in l2,l3 AVt r/o Inferior wall ischemia or non specific ST-T changes. suggestion: 2d-echo with Doppler to confirm ...
 

Hypertension, ECG showed normal sinus rhythm, non- specific T-wave abnormality. What does that indicate?

does this mean? 2.) He had Fasting Blood Sugar and Lipid Profile Test done. The report says Fasting ... /dl and LDL is 105 mg /dl. What does this mean? Is everything fine? Will Wassens s Omega -3 Fish Oil ...
 

T-wave changes

Had an ekg done today. Doc said I had t wave changes but nothing significant what is t-wave changes ? ...
 

Will anxiety cause non-specific t-wave abnormality in an ECG ?

strenght of my body and fell the ecg showed non specific t wave abnormality and the doctor said tat ...
 

What is the treatment for T-wave abnormality of the heart and strain pattern?

. That is the findings of xray. And the findings of ecg is sinus rhythym, lvh by voltage criterianwith nonspecific ST-T wave abnormality probably secondary to strain pattern and or schemia. ...
 

ECG reports "incomplete right bundle branch block". Next month, "normal sinus rhythm, sinus arrhythmia, st-t wave abnormality"

one 11/10/13 11pm and it showed normal sinus rhythm w/ sinus arrythmia and nonspecific st and t wave .... Are the 2 ecgs meaning the same thing? I also have anxiety and panic attacks but haven t been under stress ...
 

Normal ECHO, ECG showed NSR, ST&T wave abnormality, inferior ischemia. Could this be electrolyte imbalance?

I am 37, female, 5 9, 150 lbs. A recent ECG says NSR, ST& T wave abnormality, consider inferior ischemia . I have never had an ECG before. I am healthy and take no meds. I have no family history of heart ...
 

What is the cause of right bundle branch block,st-t wave abnormality and ischemia?

with incomplete right bundle branch block and st-t wave abnormality, possible inferior ischemia, dr didnt really ...
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What does sinus rhythm with non specific st-t wave changes mean?
HI,this could be normal variant
 
Accdg to my ECG the interpretation are regular sinus rhythm, incomplete right bundle block and non-specific ST-T wave changes. Is there somethig to worry about?
nerve block but not full able to maintain the rate but blood supply is not proper in one area causing st level changes means ischaemia slight but not proper changes of ecg
 
how do you know when you are having a heart attack if you have chest pain
Dear sir, chest pan radiating to left shoulder and left hand and profuse sweating and unable to stand. E. C.G. shows U.T. wave changes put the patient to bed rest if possible put a sorbitrate tablet under the tongue. to releave pain give some analgesic injection immediaetly consult cardiologist
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