A 55-year-old female asked:
Have frequent flutters,palpitation&chest pain.recent 7days monitor findings:no significant arrhythmia.there are absolutely no arrhythmia detected on auto-triggered&patient-triggered events.does it mean i have arrhythmia but it is not " significant"?
1 doctor answer • 1 doctor weighed in
Pediatrics 33 years experience
Not quite: The finding of "no significant arrhythmia" says only that. One cannot read anything else into it. For example, the statement, "Driving around Halloween night, we did not see any big black cats" does not mean we saw black kittens. It merely means we did not see any big black cats. Be careful not to read more into it than is written. Of course, we might have seen kittens, but that is not written.
120 viewsAnswered Nov 30, 2019
Last updated Nov 30, 2019
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