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What does an ekg measure

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doctor1 MD

i had an ekg done and was wondering if my measurements are normal IAM A 35 YR. OLD MALE my measurements QRS 94 MS QT/QTcB 380/459 MS PR 158 MS P 110 MS RR/PP 692/ 680 MS P/QRS/T 41/ -18/ 27 DEGREES ...

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EKG results today 80bpm minimal right precordial repolarization disturbance sinus rhythm age 72 Hx - hypertension age 70 - Tx diovan 20mg qd CA-colon resection 2010 Tx - tried chemo x 2 Tx - then anaphalaxis ...

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Hello,I had an ekg last week and they siad that i have borderline inferior q waves (PR 161) and borderline st elevation anterior leads (80) sinus bradtcaria rate of (48) i am 32 and in shape (workout ...

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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? ...

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CARDIOLOGY Profile: I am 74year old male. I Had IHD in 1977 ( T wave inversion 40 years back), mild HYPERTENSION under control from 1980. Type II DIABETES (fasting less than 130 and PP less than 150) since 2012 and HB A1c 6.7 .HYPOTHYROIDSM since...

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I was at the ER yesterday and was told that my EKG changed. Something about the QRS widening. What does that mean and how dangerous is it ? I have followed through with my Dr. via phone and he gave me ...

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I recently had an ekg and the doctor said it was borderline. The explanation given did not really make it any easier to understand. Just need to know what the test measures. ...

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measurements at any of the extremities (legs or arms) in an otherwise relaxed, sitting patient. Are there any indicators of cardiovascular constriction apparent in an EKG besides an increase in pulse rate? Thanks! Eric ...

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I just had my yearly physical and once again my EKG came up abnormal. I m 56 years old and play ... was fine and was not concerned. My current doctor says there is no change in the EKG from 2006. Will I ...

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I guess it also checks how strong your heart is. Does it test anything else?

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and an EKG revealed that I had an abnormal EKG. I have hyperthyroid problems and it cause my heart rate to be over 100 at times. What are the causes of an abnormal EKG ...

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I have ekg results that read: sinus rhythm, minor high-lateral repolarization disturbance, consider .... Can you please tell me in words I can understand, what these results indicate? Thank you. My name ...

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an EKG tonight and to pray. I didn t want to ask him what they suspect or are ruling out because he was so emotional but I would like to have a general idea what the baby is facing. Any help? ...

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in for another EKG and the resultls were the same as the EKG from 5 years ago. She has ordered an echocardiogram and i m still awaiting the procedure. She stated that it s most likely nothing because the EKG has ...

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Hi! im46 yrs old and i am latina. My concern is that I took an EKG and my results where that. I have sinus rhythm (slow) left axis deviation consistent with LAFB RBBB QRS= 145 ms RSR in V1 S 30 ms ...

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doctor1 MD

Low voltage means less electrical activity. Possibly thin muscle. Need more details for opinion.

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check an x ray cervical spine and ekg

doctor1 MD

Take antacids. Drink lot of water. get your EKG done.