Dear Sir, opine if we can consider the person as
opine if we can consider the person as fit in cardiovascular aspect.
Attached ECG - Bradycardia - 64 years male with no co-morbidities
Both results are normal
After reviewing the ecg report and the echo report attached by you I would like to tell you that the ecg is a normal sinus rhythm ecg with no other significant STT changes.
Echo report is also normal with a normal Lv systolic function.
From the reports everything is normal and cardiac health also seems fine.
Bradycardia can be physiological and normal in many individuals and is not a matter of concern if patient is not having any symptoms like dizziness or syncope.
Dr Bhanu Partap
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