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ECG done, shows under determined rhythm, ST elevation, acute MI, abnormal ECG. What must I do?

i had an abnormal ECG & i have a copy of the results, but do not know what they mean can you explain them to me, they are as follows: 32 years female Vent Rate: 108 bpm PR interval * ms QT/QTc 344/460 ms P-R-T axes * 73 45 ****Age & Gender Specific ECG analysis*** Underdetermined rythm ST elevation , consider lateral inj ** ** ACUTE MI ** ** ABNORMAL ECG
Asked On : Wed, 11 Jul 2012
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as per your age 45 years and you don't have any risk factors like diabetes, hypertension, smoking obesity or high lipid levels. as you explained about your ECG reports its acute MI by ECG machine which is usually wrong interpretation. If it is not associate with symptoms like chest pain, breathlesness & sweating ect. then it has no value. To conform if you can send me the scan copy of your ECG then i can comment on that.

Thank you for query and wish you healthy heart.
Answered: Tue, 24 Jul 2012
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