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was advised by the physician to take 1.) Metpure XL 50 and 2.) Telma 40 daily. My BP has come down to 120/80. My pulse rate always shows between 60 to 70. However, my ECG report showed resting heart rate as 52 ...

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44 yrs Female, height 152/ Weight 71 kg with history of hypertension since 2 yrs on Tablet Telmikind as per attached ECG doctor has reported VPCS , please suggest the reason for same , probable ...

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-lateral repolarization disturbance, consider ischemia , LV overload &/or digitalis; negative T in V3 V4 with small negative T in 1 aVL V2 V5 V6. Can you tell me what this means? Thank you XXXX ...

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Abnormal R-wave progression early transition.....QRS are >o in V2 My ECG shows abnormal ECG due to the following, PR 151ST elevation, consider anterior injury st>0.15mv, V1-V5 will it be an hindrance ...

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Hello My ECG analysis shows 800 normal sinus rhythm 500 rSR pattern in V1/V2 611 T abnormality (flat T) 213 mild left axis deviation **borderline abnormal** ...

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1amp : 0.994/0.731 mV RV5+SV1 amp : 1.725 mV RV6/SV2 amp : 1.063/1.201 mV ...sir my ECG is showing 800: Sinus Rhythm Normal ECG. The Parameters are as follows HR : 66 bpm, P ...

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          29degree Normal axis Possible abnormal ECG Q in : III Reduced R in : V 5 QT dispersion :      Std 8ms ... a poking sensation in chest. The doctor advised ECG and the results scare me . They indicate possible ...

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.5 , 1.02. What is mean the test report, Please explain the ECG status ...Hello Doctor, My ECG report Result : PR Int = 156, Vent.Rate = 73 BPM, QT/QTc 345, 381, P / QRS ...

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with my heart.2 month back i took an ECG nd every body come normal .this was my 5 th ECG in 2 years with normal results.please tell me can i really on my ecg and how freuently i should take ecg herefter Thanks ...

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i have done ecg for chest pain. I had huge anxiety during taking ecg. My reports 1.sinus Tachycardia 2. s waves up to v6 3. probably abnormal ecg is it normal or not ...

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ECG and blood tests. ECG report is QRS: 76 ms, QT/QTC: 330/394 ms, PR: 126 ms, P: 102ms, RR/PP: 694 .... My blood test report is glucose (F): 98, glucose (PP) 114, UREA: 19, CREATININE: 1, total cholesterol ...

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Hi Dr. AM 57 yrs female. The ECG report taken on 22.2.18,indicates Rate78, Rhythm regular mechanism Sinus rest axis st all N interpretation- Tinsion (cant read properly) UVc V1 v2 v3 v4 v5.. Pl tell me ...

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My mom is 44yrs old and she undergone ECG recently and the report states that sinus rhythm normal P axis V-rate 50-99 RSR in v1 or v2, right VCD or RVH... QSR area positive & R v1/v2 borderline ...

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Arrythmia 712:Borderline Abnormal Q V1 *Unconfirmed report* HR: 78bpm R-R: 0. 764Sec P-R: 0. 139Sec QRS: 0. 088Sec QT: 0. 355Sec QTc: 0. 406 F-QTc: 0. 388 AXIS: 3^0 RV6: 1. 11mV SV1: 1. 12mV R+S: 2.23mV Beat: 8 ...

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Conclusion:- BASELINE ECG WNL MODERATE EXERCISE TOLERANCE NORMAL B.P. RESPONSE NO ANGINA ATAXIA SIGNIFICANT ST CHANGES IN LEAD 2ND, 3RD, AVF & V3,V4,V5,V6, & PERSIST IN LATE RECOVERY TEST TERMINATED DUE ...

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It means your left atrium might be slightly enlarged. So better to confirm this by 2d echo. Please hit thanks.

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ECG variations during tread mill test indicate either rhythm disturbances or ischemic heart diseases. DO get a lipid analysis done and get the results correlated by a cardiologist.

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need ecg, cardilogist consultation.