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Severe recurrent chest pain radiating to neck and arms. ECG showed inferior ischemia. Serious?

hi i had a recent ECG done by ambulance which showed sinus tachy with short pr and sinuns tachy with sinus arrhythmia- st and t wave abnormality , consider inferior ischemia and can t rule out anterior infact i had really bad chest pain bloods come back ok what can this mean keep getting the pain back- it is sharp, tight and goes from central chest to the left side sometimes going into neck and shoulder/upper arm please help i am worried
Asked On : Thu, 13 Dec 2012
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Hi ,
Welcome to HCM ,
from your history and ECG finding which you have describe here , its more likely of some heart related problem ,
further test will be 2D echo which help us to know various area of heart is moving properly or not ? and pumping function of the heart ,
please consult cardiologist and do echo test and further test like required of angiogram or any blood test will be decided after ward in consultation with you by your cardiologist ,
take care
Answered: Sat, 15 Dec 2012
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