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Anteroseptal infarct sinus rhythm

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Dr. Anantharamakrishnan MD

hi, my ecg reports specifies as " SINUS RHYTHM LEFTWARD AXIS T ABNORMALITY IN ANTEROSEPTAL" ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Anantharamakrishnan ( Cardiologist)
Dr. Ilir Sharka MD

My ECG results had two lines what does it mean.... Sinus Rhythm Normal P Axis, V-rate 60- 99 Consider Anteroseptal Infarct Q >30mS, V1 V2 My heart Rate was 84 - then there were these other... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Ilir Sharka ( Cardiologist)
Dr.  Shoaib Khan MD

I just had an ekg done and it said normal sinus rhythm , anteroseptal infarction probably old, abnormal repolarization , possible coronary ischemia . What does that mean? ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Shoaib Khan ( General & Family Physician)
Dr. Ilir Sharka MD

I am 65 years of age - my ekg came back - Sinus rhythm : Anteroseptal infarct old Mean? Should have ask my dr - XXXX ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Ilir Sharka ( Cardiologist)
Dr. Basheer Ahamed MD

. It reads normal sinus rhythm , possible left atrial enlargement, septal infarct - age undetermined ... of the EKG s say septal infarct and most of the time it s from improper lead placement.... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Basheer Ahamed ( Diabetologist)

Public Forum Discussions

Dr. Siva Prasad Goud MD

hello doctor..i just had my ECG test. the result says sinus rhythm with anteropseptal inferior wall ischemia. I would like to know if how serious is this since I was advised to please correlate clinically ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Siva Prasad Goud ( General & Family Physician)
Dr. Michelle Gibson James MD

Here is my ECG analysis result- 800 Normal Sinus Rthythm 762 Anteroseptal Abnormal Q(18Yaers) 611 Abnormality(Flat T) 212 Left Axis Deviation It was concluded that the result is undefined Abnormal ECG, Pls I ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Michelle Gibson James ( General & Family Physician)
Dr. Daryl Derick B. Dizon MD

A newly diagnosed diabetic 53 yr old female. First abnormal ekg. Sinus rhythm old anteroseptal infarction. How concerned should I be. No history of heart disease. Have high cholesterol,... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Daryl Derick B. Dizon ( General & Family Physician)
Dr. Shailja Puri Wahal MD

EKG interpretation: Sinus Rhythm, consider anteroseptal infarct. Poor prog. of R Wave V1-V3. maybe due to chest lead placement. Possibility of anero septal myocardial infarction could not... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Shailja Puri Wahal ( Pathologist and Microbiologist)
Dr. Varinder Joshi MD

that prior two years stated SINUS RHYTHM BORDERLINE LEFT AXIS DEVIATION .What are your thoughts? Is this same ? ...I had a pre-surgery ECG and the results were as below ABNORMAL ECG -Sinus... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Varinder Joshi ( General & Family Physician)

Mobile Questions and Answers

Dr. Karl Logan MD

Sinus rhythm and tachycardia are normal findings. PVC's can also be normal - your dr or cardiologist should be able to further interpret your ECG based on your symptoms.

Dr. Priyanka MD

hello,welcome to healthcare magic forum, the normal sinus rhythm is the clinical condition seen in ECG waves where rate,rhythm, volume, conduction ,character,axis of deviation all are normal, slight increase...

Dr.     Suresh Heijebu MD

HI,this could be normal variant