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I understand your concern and would explain that his symptoms could be related to a metabolic disorder or cardiac arrhythmia
Besides, his diastolic blood pressure values are high, which indicates arterial hypertension
, even though his systolic blood pressure values are within the normal ranges.
For this reason, I would recommend performing some tests:
- a resting ECG and cardiac ultrasound
hormone levels for thyroid gland dysfunction
- blood electrolytes for possible imbalance
- kidney and liver function tests.
An ambulatory 24-48 hours ECG monitoring may be needed in order to investigate for possible cardiac arrhythmia.
In the meantime, I would recommend avoiding straining physical activity with these heart rate
and blood pressure value.
Hope to have been helpful!
Dr. Ilir Sharka, Cardiologist