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A 38-year-old female asked:
Intermt chest pressure, palps / heart rate spikes since 5 wks mild covid from march. ecg this week: rsr in v1, v2 right bundle branch block; short pr interval; st depression inferior lead. having echo and holter monitor. what could this ecg indicate?
2 doctor answers • 3 doctors weighed in
Psychiatry 25 years experience
Contact doctor: It is really important that you review your Echocardiogram and holter monitory results with the provider who ordered them. You have contacted the free public education site portion of HealthTap where we have been directed not to evaluate or provide healthcare. Asking unknown doctors who don't know your case to do your test interpretations won't help you in the end.
64 viewsReviewed Jul 02, 2020
Internal Medicine 61 years experience
ECG findings: Do you have a prior ECG for comparison and, if so, are these new findings? If the QRS is not prolonged, right ventricular conduction delay as evidenced in V1 and V2 is not unusual. ST depression in inferior leads is nonspecific but could be caused by myocardial inflammation during your covid infection. Short PR can predispose to tachyarryhthmias. Your cardiologist can advise you best.
57 viewsAnswered Jul 30, 2020
Last updated Jul 30, 2020
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