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ECG showed incomplete right bundle branch block, high BP and high heart rate. Help?

i had my threadmill report and received the conclusion: 1. Resting 12 lead ECG: Incomplete right bundle branch block 2. patient exercised up to 2:00minutes of stage IV for a total treadmill exercie duration of 11:00minutes at 12.8METS 3. Test shows no evidence of imbalance between myocardial oxygen supply and demand at a double product of 180 systolic blood pressure and 188 heart rate . No dysrhythmia 4. Systolic blood pressure rise in response to exercise is physiologic 5. Exercise capacity is satisfactory.
Asked On : Sat, 2 Mar 2013
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your treadmill test report is absolutely normal , you have good exercise capacity.
so you continue regular exercise , avoid smoking and eat healthy diet which can decrease your heart disease risk.
Answered: Mon, 4 Mar 2013
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