and visited the doctor yesterday and seeing the reports it was told to my parents that there is a Leftaxis ... the doctor said is high and has to be reduced through a proper diet. My questions are 1. Causes for Leftaxis ...
D other ear sir, My name is k muralidharan recently i have taken ecg in that report all are normal but borderline leftaxisdeviation otherwise normal resting ecg can u please explain is theren any problem my bp ...
that showed a normal (for me) sinus bradychardia, but now with a 39 degree leftaxisdeviation. I had an EKG ... Deviation and how can an EKG go from normal (with sinus Bradychardia) to a 39 degree LeftAxisDeviation ...
block (QRS 118ms) and leftaxisdeviation. An echo was done at this time, and this was normal. As my son ... a letter to say that the RBBB read as significant on the ECG on that day, but that the leftaxisdeviation ...
Hi Doc, I am Laila from Goa, 52 years old. recenlty I had a medical check up, which included ECG . the report states ... leftaxisdeviation.. is that cause for worry. secondly cholestrol levels are high ...
I just got diagnosed that I have borderline leftaxisdeviation. Is this dangerous and what is it in the Laimen turms!!!!! THANK YOU.
This is not dangerous. Findings on the EKG are used to calculate the angle your heart takes inside your chest. Borderline leftaxisdeviation means your heart is very slightly tilted a little to the left, but almost normal. Nothing to be concerned about. Hope this answers your query.
what does it mean when the axis in your left eye is 170?
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The deviation in the axis of the eye can suggest weak eye muscles and can predispose the eye to a squint. Eye muscle exercises will help.
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Hi I'm a 23 year old. My EKG showed borderline leftaxisdeviation. I'm otherwise healthy, just ran a marathon 2 weeks ago should I worry?
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NO in most cases… especially if one could run a marathon
It could be a normal variant
See a Cardiologist / get yourself examined / investigation like ECHO are usually done to exclude any problem…