Dear Sir, please provide your opinion on attached ECG.
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Report attached by you I would like to tell you that it’s a sinus rhythm ECG no other significant STT changes however there is sinus bradycardia which means heartrate is on the slower side.
This can be a normal variation In a otherwise healthy individual or could be due to some underlying cardiac pathology. If there is no other medical problem like diabetes or hypertension or any previous history of heart disease and patient is not having any symptoms then there is nothing to worry for. But if any thing is there then a Holter monitoring and a Echocardiography is advisable.
Dr Bhanu Partap
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