I just got the results from an electrocardiogram that shows I have sinus bradycardia non-specific St and T wave changes. What does this mean?I am in very good health all my blood work came back perfect cholesterol everything. They only found mild plaque because I did an abdominal ultrasound of the aorta to check to see if I had an abdominal aneurysm like my dad had. I was a smoker for many years when I was younger I m 54 and haven t smoked for several years.
My husband 39 yo, runner began complaining of tightness and SOB. The doctor performed an EKG and the results were Sinus bradycardia with occasional Premature ventricular complexes and nonspecific ST abnormality. His heart rate ranged from 49-60 during the test
My daughter is 13 yrs old and past out while running the 800m at her track meet. She has always been active with basketball, dance and gymnastc. I took her to the ER and got an unconfirmed diagnosis of SINUS BRADICARDIA. She is being sent to MUSC for farther testing. What other tests are done to confirm this diagnosis, other than EKG? How will this condition affect her if it is confirmed?
I am 27 years old 5'5'' and weigh 225 17 weeks pregnant and have had previous heart surgery to correct a genetic heart defect known as hypertrophic obstructive cardiomyopathy. I have been having heart palpitations sometimes 4-5 times a day the past few weeks so my cardiologist had me do a holter moniter. my question is can a holter cause a false quickening?
I had an ekg with left atrial abnormality , SR and t wave abnormalities. recentlu i have had cold hands and feet, head aches, intolerance with activity, dyspnea, lightheadedness, palpitaions, and intermittent decreased skin signs. at night i notice i get increased HR occasionally, occasionally my neck hurts onear my carotid and jugular area can they be related to this?
I m caring for my mother who has been diagnosed with CHF. They state that she is only using 16% of her heart. She is having episodes of extreme heat coupled with SOB and heart palpitations. We ve been treating with ice packs and increased 02, and tried some lorazepam, which she doesn t like to use because it makes her sleepy. She wants to know what causes these episodes and if Tylenol would help with the hot flash component of these episodes. Thank you!
how long does it take to develop left atrial abnormality?, which is what patient s initial evaluation EKG showed. do EKG, with other labwork, to determine any underlying medical issues. can it be caused by a low dose of elavil after only 1.5 weeks?, don t believe it to be the elavil but want to make sure secondary to its known cardiac side effects. patient also history of chronic pain and long history prescribed opiates for that pain, and long history of insomnia
I have high blood pressure(165/110) and was put on Lisinoprin 3 weeks ago and it has come down about 30 points...however i have head aches and have shortness of breath . I wake up at night and feel like i'm not getting enough oxygen . I weigh 260...
I was diagnosed with attrial flutters ( arrhythmia ) and the cardiologist did a cardio version and a subsequent EKG showed the condition was corrected. The doctor has me on Xarelto and a beta blocker . I feel fine and I am wondering if I can drink...
My husband is 80 years old and has been diagnosed with congenial heart dease. His heart is only pumping half the speed of a normal heart beat. And now his lungs are filling with fluid. He also has Alzheimer's.