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Shortness of breathe due to upper respiratory infection. ECG result borderline. Cardiologist follow up required?

I recently suffered from extreme shortness of breathe, I went to the er where they preformed chest X-rays & diagnosed me with upper respiratory infection. We had a health screening at work today, and my ECG results read borderline, is this anything to be concerned about? EKG read Sinus rhythm ....................................................normal p axis, v-rate 50- 99 Borderline intraventricular conduction delay.....qrsd 105 ms Borderline low voltage in frontal leads............. All frontal leads 0.6mv Rsr in v1 or v2 right vcd or rvh........................qrs area positive & r v1/v2 Should I follow up with a cardiologist?
Asked On : Mon, 2 Jul 2012
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What is your age, breathlessness develop suddenly? is there any prior history of breathlessness ? You must consult physician first, get Echocardiography done. Extreme breathless does not develop because of upper respiratory infection and it is not diagnosed by chest x ray, also there is no feature of respiratoy infection
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