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Ekg 10 Lead Placement
Yes: Yes, absolutely. Avr usually has inverted t-waves normally. If you invert left and right arm electrodes, avr becomes avl so now avl has inverted t waves (whereas typically it does not). ...Read more
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 : The ECG records the vector direction of the signals in the heart. As such the placement of the leads is crucial to the interpretation of the ECG patterns recorded. ...Read more
Depends: In some cases, a 3 or 5-lead ekg provides sufficient information. However, for a full picture of what the heart is doing, a 12-lead is the best. It takes 10 physical leads to produce a 12- lead ecg. Left and right arms, left and right legs, v1-v6. ...Read more
What should p waves look like in lead v1? What does it mean if different on some EKG?one will show completely positive, one fully negative, another biph
There can be a lot: Of normal variability to the p-wave morphology in V1. More so in women. In general a biphasic or mostly upright p wave is usual. Certainly you could have an ectopic atrial activation in which case the morphology would be altered. Physical positioning (sitting, lying or at 30 degrees) for the EKG will also make a difference. Lead position too. Regardless it is usually of no clinical significance. ...Read more
I had my first ten lead ekg yesterday. Machine says old anteroseptal mi. 52 year old female. No history. Neg family history. Thoughts?
ECG: The ECG like most tests has false positives. Discuss with your doc, if indicated additional workup is possible ...Read more
If I had hyperkalemia wouldn't it show peaked t waves throughout entire 12 lead EKG with widened qrs?
Slightly peaked t waves in v2 and v3 on 12 lead EKG but all else normal. Is this ok or hyperkalemia/ mi?
What does an EKG 12-lead impression: non-specific st t wave abnormality mean?I just need to know what this test result means.
A : A "nonspecific" abnormality means that the wave doesn't look like the typical, standard ekg. The st-t wave is the wave that occurs right after the qrs. Often times the wave doesn't look typical, but it is important to note if prior ekg's have appeared the same for the patient. Also, some medications can cause these changes. ...Read more
T wave becomes inverted Lead III, II, aVF after exercise? Leads v2-3 variable with each ekg I get. Sitting down when taken
See cardiologist: Could have trouble with heart get it checked by cardiologist ...Read more
Well: I'm electrocardiogram there are usually changes that reflect haven't had a heart attack or myocardial infarction. However electrical abnormalities in the conduction system of the heart can't look like a heart attack or infarct. Also, some infarcts do not show up on the EKG. Most the time the EKG is abnormal and shows a prior heart attack or while you're having a heart attack itshows the acute changes of a heart attack but it's not 100% ...Read more
It can : A complete ECG is all 12 leads. Having said that a 3 lead ECG can give suspicion to prior injury or infarct, but not confirm for as confidently. Also, matters which 3 leads are being traced, contiguous or not so that it would be more or less accurate if it made an anatomic sense. ...Read more
Ecg: flat t wave. Echo: ef 60%. Basis on this diagnosis is ischemia. Being asked to undergo stent placement? Should go for it or not?
Cardiology. Wat relarevance dose a Q Wave have on lead 3 of an EKG. Where dose intrascapula fit is this part of another condition? And affects the heart
None.: It is not uncommon for young adults to have Q waves. These are normal and are the first activation of the bottom of the heart, between the main pumping chambers, called the interventricular septum. After that, it splits into Left and Right sides but that first Q wave is picked up as the initial beat of the ventricles before spreading out into the main heart muscles that make the main Signal. ...Read more
Anyone identify these premature beats as PACS or PVCS? Labeled under june 5th in my health files is the 1 lead EKG. Thanks
Yes: Differentiation between PACs and PVCs is usually quite straightforward if the ECG can be seen, even just one lead. ...Read more
Meaning of the diagnosis from an EKG, 12 Lead, Initial: Sinus bradycardia, Low voltage QRS, Possible Septal and Inferior infarcts, age undetermined.
Sinus bradycardia means the heart rate is less than 60
Low voltage QRS could be associated with many things, including obesity, emphysema, lung disease, pericardial effusion, infiltrative cardiomyopathy, etc
Possible septal and inferior infarcts age undetermined: there is some evidence of possible heart attacks on the septal and inferior walls of the heart, and cannot determine the age of events ...Read more
Need a sample ekg. Normal and increased heart rate one (like after exercising) to see which intervals do or don't increase. I have already looked online for samples but they are mostly of 12 lead ekgs. I only need a basic 3 lead sample for each. Thanks.
The : The university of utah has a nice site that includes many examples of both rhythm strips and 12-lead ecgs. ...Read more
Survivor of widowmaker heart attack. Recent EKG presented with nsr with abnormal q segment. What does this mean, can it lead to future heart attack?
I have my 12 lead EKG result showing sinus rhythm with sinus arrhythmia and non-specific t wave change. My qrs is 112ms and qt 586ms with 85 beat/sec.?
What is your ?: I donot get what you want to know. ...Read more
Had 3 EKG same day all diff times and they all say same thing sinus rhythm left atrial abnormality low limb lead voltage What does this mean?
These are all most: Likely normal for you but without knowing more about your body habitus it is impossible to say. It certainly is nothing serious and you can wait to discuss it with your health care provider at your next routine visit. ...Read more
My bf EKG resulted in probable intraventricular conduction delay and right ventricular hypertrophy on lead 1. Should I be worried? He is 24 and athleti
May be normal: In a young person, an ECG may show those findings (especially with an automated interpretation program) and still be normal, though the possibility of a congenital heart problem or elevated pressure in the lung circulation cannot be ruled out. The Best thing to do is to talk to his doctor, consider getting an echocardiogram with doppler pressures, and if that is abnormal, see a cardiologist. ...Read more
EKG 12 lead. Sinus Tachycardia. Inferior — posterior infarct. Age undetermined. Abnormal ECG. When compared with previous ECG of 24 July 2015. Vent. Rate has increased by 36 BPM. Inferior-Posterior infarct is Now Present. WHAT can you tell here?
Cardiologist: I would suggest you see a cardiologist. ...Read more
27 years old EKG found that I have a right ventricular conduction delay. Is that dangerous and can it lead to a heart attack?
See cardiologist: Would return to discuss results with provider who ordered ECG. Likely, evaluation by cardiac heart rhythm specialist & echocardiogram is needed to ensure no less common, but more dangerous underlying conditions exist. It's likely normal for you, but genetic conditions, structural problems, & causes of "arrythmias" are possible. Call 911 if dizzy, breathless, chest pain, or pass out. ...Read more
Had an EKG done. T wave inversion in lead V1, V2 and V3. Mild mitral regurgitation. And they thought perhaps right ventricular hypertrophy. Normal?
ECG: That pattern can be persistent Juvenile T wave pattern which is benign. On the other hand without seeing the ecg obvioiusly can't really say what it is. ...Read more
Had abnormal EKG. T wave inversion in lead V1, V2 and V3. Mild mitral regurgitation. And they think right ventricular hypertrophy. Is this normal?
You answered that : You correctly described your ECG as abnormal, so, no it's not normal. The ecg changes you described don't necessarily mean RVH. And mild MR doesn't cause RVH so I wonder if you're a bit confused. If you had an echo and it didn't show RVH then you're done. Ask your provider to explain the findings. ...Read more
Low blood pressure, lack of urination, no appetite, heart flutters and pounds at times, tingling in left arm, low heart rate, 4 lead EKG showed fine?
Many issues: You mention several symptoms. Some, all, or none of them may be related. With regard to heart "flutters, " "pounds, " and "low heart rate, " you should do a 30-day heart monitor so that your symptoms can be correlated to your heart rhythm. A "normal" ekg is not helpful if you were not having symptoms at the moment it was taken. Other symptoms can be investigated after heart is sorted out. ...Read more
The EKG is routinely: Performed with 6 chest wires (V1-V6) (six signals or leads) and the four arm wires. 10 wires. The signals from the arm and leg wires are electronically combined to provide a triangular pattern of three leads (signals) I, II,III. And then also electronically combined to produce what is called augmented leads (signals). AVR, aVL, and aVF. 6 more signals (leads). Thus, 10 wires and twelve leads. ...Read more
ECG: It stands for electrocardiogram. It is used to measure the movement of electrical signals in the heart. When working appropriately, this enables your heart to beat and pump blood to the rest of the body. When the heart is damaged or the electrical system is malfunctioning, ECG can pick up changes. ...Read more
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