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Nonspecific st changes on ecg

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Done with ECG. Anterior ischemia?

what does it mean on my ecg that says chronic st and t wave changes, consider anterior ischemia ...
 

What does this ECG report indicate?

HI. MY AGE-47,NO SMOKING ,NO DRINKING,NO SUGAR,NO BP. MY ECG REPORT SHOWS NORMAL.ECHO REPORT SHOWS NORMAL. IN TMT TEST SHOWS- NORMAL HR AND BP RESPONSE,MILD ST-T CHANGES NOTED DURING EXERCISE, MILD ...
 

What does my ECG report indicate?

My ECG report has an observation of nonspecific ST abnormality but normal sinus rhythm . Pls advise what should be the interpretation and which further tests are recommended. ...
 

What does the following ECG report indicate?

I just had an ECG and the Dr.found T wave changes nonspecific (v3) ,and the rest was normal What does that mean ? ...
 

What do my ECG test results indicate?

Vent rate 66 bpm PR interval 154 ms QRS duration 84 ms QT/QTc 390/408 ms P-R-T axes 28 19 65 Normal sinus rhythm Nonspecific ST abnormality Abnormal ECT. What does this say in layman's terms? ...
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Can you elaborate my ECG report?

I just had my ECG and it says there sinus rhythm, left atrial abnormality, non-specific ST T wave changes. I also got my chest xray and the result shows apical pleural thickening is seen on the left ...
 

Can any online doctor help me with the ECG results?

interpretation: Nonspecific ST-T wave changes. Thanks. ...Would like to ask the meaning of my ECG results: Atrial Rate = 67 / minute Ventricular Rate= 67 ...
 

What does this below ECG report indicate?

I will be undergoing sinus surgery on the 16th. As a standard procedure my doctor ordered an ECG. The ECG showed a possible left atrial enlargement and a nonspecific ST and T wave abnormality. I plan ...
 

What causes abnormal ECG report?

I went for a clinical trial interview did a ecg show nonspecific St and t wave abnormality v4 v5 v6 ... conduction delay St and T wave abnormality,possible inferior Ischemia [-0.1+ MV T wave in II/AVF] abnormal ...
 

Does the ECG report indicate angina?

my ECG reading says Sinus Rhythm and Non Specific ST T Wave Changes. As i make researches on the internet, it says it is a normal result. However, my doctor diagnosed me with Angina. I am 28 years old ...
 

What does the following ECG report suggest?

I had ECG and the following are the results: normal sinus rhythm left axis deviation anteroseptal infarct age non specific st-t wave changes what does this mean, they told me I need to secure a fit ...
 

What are the normal ECG report analysis?

I had a ECG done and have the folllowing results - can you please tell me what they mean? Ischemic ST-T changes in posterior leads Heart ate 82 bpm P Duration 104ms PR Interval 162ms QRS Duration 68ms ...
 

What does this ECG report indicate?

Conclusion:- BASELINE ECG WNL MODERATE EXERCISE TOLERANCE NORMAL B.P. RESPONSE NO ANGINA ATAXIA SIGNIFICANT ST CHANGES IN LEAD 2ND, 3RD, AVF & V3,V4,V5,V6, & PERSIST IN LATE RECOVERY TEST TERMINATED DUE ...
 

What is the prognosis for a diabetic based on this ECG report?

bradycardia with non specific ST-T wave changes. ...Can you please read/interpret an ecg for me? My father is 62 y.o. diabetic and is maitaining some ...
 

What does the ecg report indicate?

. Moderate ST depression. Abnormal ECG. I am worried due to all the electrical implications this may have, I ... and ribs that caused his breathing at heart rate to change. in 2008 he was DX with an arrhythmia that he ...
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my ecg result says NSSTTWC what does it mean?
Hi, NSSTTWC in ECG means Nonspecific ST-T wave electrocardiographic changes. NSSTTWC are often considered almost within the normal limits of ECG variability Regards Dr. T.K. Biswas M.D. Mumbai
 
what does it mean that my result in ECG says that I have regular sinus rhythm, non specific st-t wave changes, normal axis
means normal ecg
 
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
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