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Sinus arrhythmia, elevated heart rate, BP. EKG done. Does it require medical attention?

My son has had 2 abnormal EKG s, stating sinus rythm with marked sinus arrhythmia , and abnoral right axis devation, along with high MPV (12.4) and high eosinophil percent (5.1) He also is experiencing elevated heart rate and blood pressure, yet the dr told me he didnt need to be admitted to the hospital. Should I be concerned?
Asked On : Tue, 21 Aug 2012
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One needs to corelate ECG finding clinically Sinus arrhythmia is variation of heart rate with respiration or breathing ,If B.P. is high get it rechecked again to decide if he has high BP.high MPV ? is it mean platelet volume or some thing else ? follow advise given by Physician ,he will give treatment for high eosinophil count,do not worry.
Answered: Wed, 22 Aug 2012
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