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Borderline Abnormal Ecg
Electrocardiogram (ecg, ekg) is a print-out of the electrical forces detected by electrodes on the chest wall, as electricity travels through the heart with each heart beat. The electrodes are placed in different positions, and each position "sees" the electrical activity of the heart from its own vantage point. Abnormalities in signal detected at chest surface ...Read more
Ecg: Borderline abnormal means the ECG isn't definitely abnormal but doesn't quite look perfectly normal. ...Read more
Borderline abnormal ECG : age44 male, hr 90bpm, r-r 662ms, p-r 147ms, qrs 37ms, qt 328ms, qtc 403, axis 65, rvs 1.44mv, sv1 0.82mv, r+s 2.26mv, poor r progression, flat t?
Machine only doing what it was programmed to do.
A good 20% of people have borderline or abnormal ekg. Many related to variation in lead placement and may have no physiologic correlate.
Ekg could and probably should say: no significant dysrhythmia, ectopy or morphologic change suggestive of underlying heart disease or ongoing ischemia. Please corellate clinically and review with prior ekg. ...Read more
Ecg today. Hr 71 bpm. Normal sinus rhythm. Pvc. Normal axis. Borderline abnormal ecg. Is borderline abnormal because of pvc? Anxiety related palp?
ECG: Borderline abnormal is a. Nonspecific finding. Should discuss with your doctor who knows your specific data. ...Read more
I received a diagnosis of "Sinus Rhythm, T Wave Abnormality in anterior leads, borderline abnormal for age (29) and gender (F). Abnormal ECG. Worried?
Cardiologist: These T wave abnormalities are nonspecific and it's important to compare them to any prior EKG if one is available. If none are available the findings may not necessarily be due to any cardiac pathology and may even be a normal variant in a young woman. A cardiologist is best qualified to evaluate and examine you and recommend further testing like an echocardiogram if deemed advisable. ...Read more
Causes of borderline repolarization abnormality (ST dep & abnormal T)? Rest of ECG normal and echo normal.
It is likely you are: Referring to a computer interp. Of your EKG. The computer program is slanted to indicate any potential abnormality no matter how insignificant. Ask a human with EKG experience (many FP and IM MDs do not possess any skills in reading EKGs they just read the English) to interpret the EKG for you. Odds are it is completely normal for you. You can attach it to an inbox consult with me if you want. ...Read more
Having shoulder blade pain, with pulpitations, went to the hospital a mth ago with the same issue, ECG was borderline abnormal, blood tests fine..
Borderline ecg: A 'borderline ecg' is one which is not definitely normal, nor is it definitely abnormal. There are many possible causes from technical through physiologic all the way to the reading doctor just couldn't bring him/herself to just say normal. ...Read more
ECG: There are a myriad of causes of abnormal ECG tracings. Any cardiac abnormality that is signficant will usually cause some change in the ECG. Changes in blood chemistries can alter the ECG, high blood pressure, heart attack, lung diseases and a long list including things that really don't mean much but change the appearance of the ECG recording... ...Read more
I'm getting an exercise ecg done and was wondering if being unfit and nervous will affect results negatively and look abnormal?
ECG: The professionals administering and interpreting the tests will take all of that into consideration. Feel free to tell them about your concerns. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Not clear: Usually when an ECG is read as borderline normal, it means that there are no significant findings however not entirely compatible with normal ECG criteria. In most cases, this would be nothing to worry about. Discuss with your doctor. ...Read more
It depends...: We need to know what exactly was wrong with your latest ECG before telling you what possibly the problems are with you heart. Good luck! ...Read more
Can be: Hypercalcemia can be evident on ekgs. The most common wave morphology change is tall peaked t waves but there can also be wide qrs waves and flattened p waves. ...Read more
P waves: The P wave reflects the area of your heart in which your heart beat arises - usually high in the right atrium. Abnormal P waves can indicate that your heart beat is arising in a different location, but as long as your heart rate is normal and the rest of the EKG is normal, this is not serious and often just a normal variation. ...Read more
ECG: The reading suggests that the right ventricle may be enlarged, if its enlarged it could be because of too much volume to pump or too high pressure to pump against. The ECG is less specific than other tests so its possible the rv is ok. More information is needed. ...Read more
Hi Dr, My ECG is showing R/S INVERSION AREA BETWEEN V1 AND V2. PROBABLY ABNORMAL ECG. WHAT DOES THIS MEANS?
R > S in V1-2.: I assume u mean R taller than S is deep in V1-2. Could be normal, could indicate some true abnormalities. At your age more likely normal, BUT, rather than list all the abnormalities here, u should see your doc for full evaluation and discussion. Good luck. ...Read more
I have ECG conclusion all normal except for III avf abnormal t wave. What is this? Should I take cautions? Tks
Abnormal T waves: Are not a sign of cad. During an acute coronary syndrome, an ECG may show peak t waves follow by st changes. I do not have your ECG to evaluate but I suspect are normal changes for you. If you are having symptoms like CP with activities a stress test will offer more definite diagnosis. ...Read more
Can someone, please, explain in the commonest words what does ECG axis mean? How do you see it is abnormal/normal on the ECG?
EKGs show cardiac rate, rhythm, and axis.
Axis deviation is determined by whether the QRS complex is positive or negative in leads I and AVF.
If the axis is positive in both leads I and AVF, called "both thumbs up" the axis is normal. Axis interpretation can generally be described as trying to determine where the heart has an electric conduction defect, fascicular blocks, and axis deviation. ...Read more
I have had an abnormal ECG recently and it said probably plural infraction should I be worried? I also suffer from high anxiety.
My ECG today showed pointed and long P waves and paramedics told me it was abnormal what would cause the P waves to be like this : (?
"p". ..?: Did the paramedics say "p" as in "papa" or "t" as in "tango"? Abnormal P waves can indicate an atrial abnormality, but the echo you list is far more accurate. Tall or "tented" T waves can be normal but can indicate elevated potassium. "Long" T waves (I suspect we'd call them "flat") are a non-specific change; abnormal but not diagnostic of anything. Hyperventilation (anxiety) can do it. ...Read more
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