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Stt changes in ecg report

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Dr.  Sandip Kabra MD

HI. MY AGE-47,NO SMOKING ,NO DRINKING,NO SUGAR,NO BP. MY ECG REPORT SHOWS NORMAL.ECHO REPORT SHOWS NORMAL. IN TMT TEST SHOWS- NORMAL HR AND BP RESPONSE,MILD ST-T CHANGES NOTED DURING... View answer

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Dr.   Rishu Saxena MD

Sir my ECG report is slight ST-T abnormality. What are the reason and what is next step. Any serious issue. ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Rishu Saxena ( Cardiologist)
Dr. Chobufo Ditah MD

Slight inferior repolarization disturbance, consider is hernia , LV overload or aspecfic change borderline ECG Also - marked left axis deviation consistent with LAFB I just had an ECG done, can you... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Chobufo Ditah ( General & Family Physician)
Dr. Anantharamakrishnan MD

Dear Sir, My ECG says there is slight ST_T abnormality ? ( I,a,VL,V6). I FEEL SLIGHT DISCOFORT IN CHEST WHENEVER I EAT SOMETHING WITH BIRNING ON AND OFF. THE DOCTOR SAYS IT IS NOTHING YOU MAY GO ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Anantharamakrishnan ( Cardiologist)
Dr. Rakesh Sharma MD

by doctors 'nothing to worry about' eg: Type: Myocard Spect Reg Complete ECG BASELINE: NSR; PVCs; ST-T Waves Abn; Poor R-Wave Prog; STRESS: No ST segment changes. ARRHYTHMIAS: VPC: Frequent COMPLEX... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Rakesh Sharma ( General & Family Physician)

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Dr. Lilit Baghdasaryan MD

I had ECG and the following are the results: normal sinus rhythm left axis deviation anteroseptal infarct age non specific st-t wave changes what does this mean, they told me I need to secure a fit ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Lilit Baghdasaryan ( Cardiologist)
Dr.     Jnikolla MD

the results are sinus bradycardia and non-specific ST-T wave changes in the other leads ...I am 68 yrs old and for the first time I got the interpretation of my ecg results the following 1 ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Jnikolla ( Pulmonologist)
Dr. Akhtarhusian Ghausi MD

I had a ECG done and have the folllowing results - can you please tell me what they mean? Ischemic ST-T changes in posterior leads Heart ate 82 bpm P Duration 104ms PR Interval 162ms QRS Duration 68ms ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Akhtarhusian Ghausi ( General & Family Physician)
Dr. Akhtarhusian Ghausi MD

bradycardia with non specific ST-T wave changes. ...Can you please read/interpret an ecg for me? My father is 62 y.o. diabetic and is maitaining some ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Akhtarhusian Ghausi ( General & Family Physician)
Dr. Hnid Karim MD

i have done ECG doctor has commented STT changes as per cardio consultant he said it is because ... gave me slokenXL 25 so please advise me what is this STT changes means ... View answer

Answered by : Dr. Hnid Karim ( General & Family Physician)

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Dr.   Tushar Kanti Biswas MD

Hi, NSSTTWC in ECG means Nonspecific ST-T wave electrocardiographic changes. NSSTTWC are often considered almost within the normal limits of ECG variability Regards Dr. T.K. Biswas...

Dr.  Divakara MD

HI No it's not actually a problem , but it depends on the extent of left diversion and other changes noted in the ECG. Kindly upload the ECG for better answer.