Will anxiety cause non-specific t-wave abnormality in an ECG ?
i am 31 years with paroxysmal tachardia and mitral valve prolapse 1 month ago i started getting breathing difficulties which dissolve within a time of 45 mins to 1 hr ecg was normal but today i felt a funny tightening of the left side of my chest and left hand then my hand turned blue after which...
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.
My heart races st night why
Thank you for posting your query.
We need to exclude a cardiac arrhythmia, which can cause your heart to race at nights. Please get a Holter monitoring and ECG done for further evaluation.
Dr Sudhir Kumar MD DM
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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