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Normal ECG,unusual RSR in V1 and V2,fainting cause?

My 15 year old son fainted. Blood sugar -86, EKG- vent rate-96, RR Interval-622, PR Int-128, QRS Duration-92, QT Int-336, QTc Int-399, QT Dispersion- 18, P-R-T axis-73 78 59. Dr said ECG was normal but it does have unusual RSR in V1 and V2. What does that mean ? Is this dangerous? He did not eat or drink that day and one other day he felt faint but squatted and then sat in cooled car and drank a bottle of water, then felt better and finished hitting some golf balls . But once again he did not eat or drink. Could this be why he felt faint?He only has fainted on time. He was cold ,clammy and his head started to sweat after passing out
Asked On : Thu, 5 Apr 2012
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Normal random blood glucose levels in children range between 100-140 mg/dL. Definitely, there is a chance that he could have fainted if he did not eat or drink anything for a long time. I would suggest you make him eat at frequent intervals and keep him well hydrated.
But an unusual pattern in the EKG definitely warrants an evaluation by a pediatric cardiologist. This would help us rule out any conduction disorders in the heart.
Hope this helps.
Answered: Thu, 5 Apr 2012
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