A member asked:

I do not understand my ecg reading, it says sinus rhythm occasional premature ventricular complexes t wave abnormality, consider inferior ischemia abnormal ecg, premature ventricular complexes are now present. nonspecific t wave abnormality now ev?

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Dr. Sue Ferranti answered

Specializes in Internal Medicine

A premature ventricular contraction is when a heartbeat happens a little early. Everyone has these occasional beats and sometimes the EKG catches one. It is not significant unless there are a lot of them. The T wave changes are non-specific and could be due to the placement of the leads on your chest for example. See your doctor to interpret knowing your symptoms. Good luck!

Answered Feb 4, 2023



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