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Ecg non specific st t wave changes

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Dr.     Bhanu Partap MD

What does non specific st and t wave changes on resting EKG mean? I had a stress echo and they said I had no abnormal st changes with exercise but didn t know what the nonspecific... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Bhanu Partap ( Cardiologist)
Dr.  Nishad BN MD

My mother age 63 went through TMT. There was no angina . Significant ST-T change were noted at peak ...). These changes recovered within one minutes of recovery period. No significant arrhythmia was... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Nishad BN ( General & Family Physician)
Dr.     Bhanu Partap MD

Dear Dr, My uncle underwent an ECG recently and was found to have T wave changes in inferior leads, kindly guide on further course of action. ECG attached for reference. Regards. ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Bhanu Partap ( Cardiologist)
Dr.  VENKAT SIVAYOGI MD

that I have "new quadrant III and AVF T-wave changes, and morphology change AVL" when compared to previous ECG's. I showed this to my primary doctor and she said the changes look to be... View answer

Answered by : Dr. VENKAT SIVAYOGI ( Internal Medicine Specialist)
Dr. Raja Sekhar Varma MD

Hi Doctor--I had an ECG and the results were abnormal and as follows: BP: 166 QT/QTc: 388/408 Negative precordial T-waves QRSD: 78 Low voltage possible pulmonary disease P Axle 52 QRS Axis -4 T Axis ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Raja Sekhar Varma ( Cardiologist)

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Dr. Jagdish MD

what do you mean by non specific ST-T wave changes on ECG result ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Jagdish ( General & Family Physician)
Dr. Vishesh Rohatgi MD

ECG Interpretation: Sinus rhythm, Non-specific ST-T wave changes. Three days prior to taking of ECG ... of the abdomen and ECG. I am a diabetic (Type 2) and hypertensive... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Vishesh Rohatgi ( Cardiologist)
Dr. Phalguna Kousika K MD

Which is the proper way to write this? had no ST-T-wave changes or had no ST- or T-wave changes ? ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Phalguna Kousika K ( General & Family Physician)
Dr.  Aravinda Jawali MD

strenght of my body and fell the ecg showed non specific t wave abnormality and the doctor said tat ... breathing difficulties which dissolve within a time of 45 mins to 1 hr ecg was normal but... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Aravinda Jawali ( Psychiatrist)
Dr. Aditya Bhabhe MD

I want to ask about the result of my ECG. the interpretation is: Flattening of t-waves in l2,l3 AVt r/o Inferior wall ischemia or non specific ST-T changes. suggestion: 2d-echo... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Aditya Bhabhe ( Nephrologist)

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Dr. Suman Kumar MD

nerve block but not full able to maintain the rate but blood supply is not proper in one area causing st level changes means ischaemia slight but not proper changes of ecg

Dr.     Suresh Heijebu MD

HI,this could be normal variant