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7 yr old got arthritis, ECG showed sinus rhythm, anterior ischemia. Any problems ?

My son of age 7 got some arthritis .. Doctor asked me to go 4 ECG, it showed Sinus Rhythm with short, PR, T wave abnormality, Consider anterior ischemia . Vent rate 100 QRS duration 78 QT/QTc 326/420 PR interval 108 P duration 74 RR interval 600 PRT axes 59 57 27 does he has any problem.. we are wooried a lot ECG showed T
Asked On : Thu, 14 Feb 2013
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Dear Suresh
thanks for writing to us.
i will share two important principles of medicine practice with you. 1. if you have been advised an ECG always get it reported from the doctor who advised it and seek his opinion only on it. 2nd. None in this world will tell you anything good about an ECG without looking at it.
still, ischemia in a 7 year old child is rare and mostly, is not diagnosed by T wave abnormalities. so relax. and see the physician who advised you the ECG.
feel free to write for further queries
Answered: Wed, 10 Apr 2013
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