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What does my ECG report inedicate?

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Posted on Thu, 17 Jul 2014
Question: I have had an ecg for a medical exam, I'm 20 years old and it reads
sinus rhythm.....normal P axis,V-rate 50-99
Probable left ventricular hypertrophy....ST Elev
Probable Normal early repol pattern......ST Elev
Abnormal ECG and Unconfirmed Diagnosis
Rate :96
PR :144
QRSD :86
QT :336
QTc :425
Axis
P 69
QRS 52
T 52
I've no symptoms and don't really know what to make of this.
Please help.
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Answered by Dr. Sadiq Mughal (1 hour later)
Brief Answer:
Relax. This is a normal ECG.

Detailed Answer:
Hello XXXXXXX
Thanks for writing to us.
At outset i assure you that this is a normal ECG.I examined your ECG thoroughly and I couldn't find any abnormality in your ECG. ECG is best read by a physician rather than by machine. The report which is interpreted by machine is not always correct, as machine interprets many small changes due to change in voltage, patient movements during test or placement of electrodes on body which are insignificant. Machine report also depends upon the quantification of machine. Sinus rhythm means your heart is beating normally and there is no abnormal beat. Your heart rate 96 beats per minutes as interpreted by machine is right and is normal. Most probably at the time of taking this EC G you had tension that is why there is slight increase in heart rate. All other parameters are absolutely normal. Axis is normal and there is no ventricular hypertrophy as mentioned by machine report.
Hope this answers your question.
If you have any more questions do write to me .I am readily available to answers your questions.
Take care.
Regards
Dr Sadiq

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Follow up: Dr. Sadiq Mughal (18 minutes later)
Thank you.It's a relief!
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Answered by Dr. Sadiq Mughal (11 minutes later)
Brief Answer:
Thanks XXXXXXX

Detailed Answer:
Hello XXXXXXX
Relief to patients and patients satisfaction is our aim at Health care Magic.
Relax and take care.
Regards.
Dr Sadiq
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What does my ECG report inedicate?

Brief Answer: Relax. This is a normal ECG. Detailed Answer: Hello XXXXXXX Thanks for writing to us. At outset i assure you that this is a normal ECG.I examined your ECG thoroughly and I couldn't find any abnormality in your ECG. ECG is best read by a physician rather than by machine. The report which is interpreted by machine is not always correct, as machine interprets many small changes due to change in voltage, patient movements during test or placement of electrodes on body which are insignificant. Machine report also depends upon the quantification of machine. Sinus rhythm means your heart is beating normally and there is no abnormal beat. Your heart rate 96 beats per minutes as interpreted by machine is right and is normal. Most probably at the time of taking this EC G you had tension that is why there is slight increase in heart rate. All other parameters are absolutely normal. Axis is normal and there is no ventricular hypertrophy as mentioned by machine report. Hope this answers your question. If you have any more questions do write to me .I am readily available to answers your questions. Take care. Regards Dr Sadiq