Can you explain to me my ECG results? Vent rate 69bpm S PR interval 108ms QRS duration 82ms QT/QTc 382/409ms P-R-T axes -11 61 -2 Sinus rhythm with short PR Nonspecific ST abnormality Normal QRS-T angle, consider primary T wave abnormality Abnormal ECG
I went for a clinical trial interview did a ecg show nonspecific St and t wave abnormality v4 v5 v6 waves here is what the report read sinus rythem RSR (QR) in V1/V2 consistent with right ventricular conduction delay St and T wave abnormality,possible inferior Ischemia [-0.1+ MV T wave in II/AVF] abnormal EKG . What does all this mean. Im sorry didnt know there was a fee i am laid off just try to avoid the stress test . I had one in my early 30s i just cant find the results Back then there was nothing wrong with my heart Thankyou Jeniene
My ECG is abnormal - moderate ST depression, T-wave abnormality, however, my nuclear stress test showed no sign of ischemia. I do not have chest pains while exercising. My doctor says the abnormality may be normal for me. Should I see a cardiologist?
My grandmother has had a pacemaker for about 4 yrs or so. During her last check up in June they told her it looked like she had about a year left on it. How will I tell when it s about up? The reason I am asking is because over the past few days she just falls asleep at the most random time. Example...standing up...in the car (which she never does) What I am getting at is especially today she has slept alot and it reminds me of how she was being when she had to get the pacemaker for the first time. Do you think I should go to the ER tonight?
a month ago I had SSCP radiating to neck, shoulder, forearm and tinglng of left hand. I was at rest (doing anesthesia) and it lasted 4 minutes. I have other vasospasm conditions and think this may be just coronary spasm. It happened again 2 and 4 days later but much less intensity. Today I ran some strips on our ekg machine and in addition to my usual LAFB, I have flipped t s in 3 and AVF. Is this inferior wall ischemia? Is it time to see a cardiologist?
I am looking at a ECG recently taken of a family member. I am only an EMT-B, and do not have sufficient ALS-level training in properly interpreting an ECG. At the top of this copy, i see that it says, Sinus Rhythm, Septal Myocardial Infarction, Possible Left Atrial Enlargement and Abnormal ECG. I wasn t the one who my family member to get this done, and I m upset I wasn t told about it. She is a 78y/o Female. Should I be concerned? If requested, I will scan and upload a copy of the actual ECG print
conclusion of a regular medical check is that I need an echocardigraphic evaluation. examining physician says chest X-ray indicated moderate cardiomegaly. electrocardiogram indicated inferior wall ischemia. my blood pressure was 120/80. he thought this may be accounting for the moderate cardiomegaly and the inferior wall ischemia. i exercise regularly (walk 3 to 6 km three times a week; 1 hour gym 2 times a week). enjoy 3 glasses of beer after walking exercise; or red wine with food after gym. do not smoke. weighing 85 kg (recently reduced from 87kg; usually keep weight 82-85kg). 174 cm tall.
Hi my 15 year old daughter just had a ekg it came back with sinus bradycardia 45, ventricular conduction delay greater than 11 seconds and left axis deviation for age she is going to see a specialist but should I be concerned ... The doc suggested...
My uncle, Mr. Bidyanath XXXXXXX is getting fainted / senseless very frequently, at least twice a month. He has consulted several cardiologists and neurologists and have undergone numerous medical tests, including MRI of brain, echo-cardiography of...