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Meaning of non specific st/t wave changes on ECG - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Hypertension and Heart Disease
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Doctor :   Hi
User :   hi
Doctor :   How can I help you
User :   i would like to know what non specific st/t wave changes mean
User :   on an ecg
Doctor :   the answer is in the question itself
Doctor :   it is non specific
Doctor :   and could not signify anything
User :   good :) so i can cancel my app to see the cardiologist then
Doctor :   Look at this point I may say something mre
User :   ok
Doctor :   by his physical findings
Doctor :   the doctor should feel the referralto a cardiologist
Doctor :   and not just by ECG
Doctor :   No doc in the world go by the signs or features
Doctor :   in the investigations
Doctor :   He treats the person and not the investigations
Doctor :   right
User :   high resting heart rate and blood pressure also abnormal sinus rythem
User :   what ever that means
Doctor :   do you mean the vitals
Doctor :   what is the HR, BP and what do you mean by abnormal rythm
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