A 42-year-old male asked:
My ekg said: rate 97, pr 145, rsd 92, qt 325, qtc 413 axis=68/-25/46 qrs axis -15 to -30, qrs negative in v5 or v6, pv1 - .10 mv or more negative?
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Internal Medicine 63 years experience
Unusual: Heart rate of 97 at rest is slightly faster than normal. Qrs complexes in leads v5 and v6 should be positive and not negative. I question those findings and wonder about misplaced leads. Discuss these ekg findings with your physician.
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