Can any online doctor help me with the ECG results?
Would like to ask the meaning of my ECG results: Atrial Rate = 67 / minute Ventricular Rate= 67/ minute Rhythm = sinus PR Interval = 0.18 seconds QRS Duration = 0.04 seconds QRS axis = +30 degrees interpretation: Nonspecific ST-T wave changes. Thanks.
Abnormal ecg report. Is this dangerous?
my mom 43 yrs old had an ecg report;HR:93/MIN,PR:108ms;QRS:78ms,QT:340ms;QTC:425ms, SINUS RHYTHM ST T ABNORMALITY,and saing CONSIDER INFERIOR ISCHEMIA OR LEFT VENTRICULAR STARIN ABNORMAL ECG UNCONFIRMED REPORT.is this dangerous?plz help me
Migraine, nausea, chest pain, sweating, abnormal ECG. Any suggestions?
i went to the er yesterday with a migraine that was different than my usual because of the rest of the symptoms i was having. i had nausea for only a few mins but i broke out in a sweat that made my clothes very damp, i felt shakey and my chest hurt. when i went to the er all they sai was oh you...
ECG done. What does the result mean?
MY ECG showed that I have normal sinus rhythm, left axis deviation, non-specific t wave abnormality. QRS: 98 ms QT/QTcBaz 400/432 ms PR: 144 ms P: 108 ms RR/PP: 854/857 ms P/QRS/T: 10/-35/100 What does this mean? I was diagnosed with hypertension 7 years ago and take Losartan 100mg and Carvedilol...
Abnormal ECG with normal angiogram report
I had unstable angina aound 30th November 2009. ECG showed ST T variation (Steep). Angiography done on 7th December 2009 reports normal echocardiogram report normal chest X ray of chest normal after discharge everything was normal however on 6th may 2010 again symtoms like chest pain, slight...
Sir a pt,s with stemi i give him thrombolitic after 90 mins i repeat ECG&it shows 40% resolution of st elevation now what to do next??
Hello , after STEMI , when thrombolytics are given and ECG showing 40%resolution in ST elevation , the next step is diagnostic PCI or angioplasty , do not forget about the st elevation due to heart aneurysm , start anti platelets both , beta blocker , acei if angiography is late.
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Can you help me understand my Nuclear stress test
Resting ECG:NSR, possible Septal MI age indeterminate, Poor R wave progression, nonspecfic ST-T abn
Thanks for your query. You have not given Nuclear stress test findings. Resting ECG findings:- Poor R wave progression suggests a failing heart. The tracing suggests that they are either insignificant or, a possible minor heart attack involving the wall between right and left heart. I would be able to help you if Nuclear stress test findings are available to me.
Dr. Rakesh Karanwal
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