I just had my ECG and it says there sinus rhythm, left atrial abnormality, non-specificST T wave changes. I also got my chest xray and the result shows apical pleural thickening is seen on the left ...
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 ...
I recently had an ECG/EKG that came back abnormal. Stating LVH with secondary repolarization abnormality. It also states extensive ST-T changes are probably due to ventricular hypertrophy. My blood ...
Accdg to my ECG the interpretation are regular sinus rhythm, incomplete right bundle block and non-specificST-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
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.
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