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Male :37 y P/PR: 106/134ms QRS: 134ms QT/QTC: 384/451ms P/QRS/T.

Male :37 y
P/PR: 106/134ms
QRS: 134ms
QT/QTC: 384/451ms
P/QRS/T. axis: 70/87/1 deg
Heart rate: 83bpm

Minor inferior repolarization disturbance secondary to RBBB

I got this EKG done at PCP office, bc I recently expieriencing chest pain. Pain is located in the canteral part of the chest. I also have GERD with Barret Esophagus.
Thu, 25 Oct 2018
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