I have recently been to A E with chest pains. They have done xray , blood test and about 4 ecg the ecg were very flat all done by different staff and on diffrent machines. Does anyone know what this means ........ obviously I aint dead ......
It really means that the PQRS wave is flatter than normal. It indicates that the electrical impulse is different in you to the "norm". this doesn't necessarily that you have had a heart attack. I suggest you contact your own Doctor or a Cardiac specialist and get them to explain it to your satisfaction. All the best.
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