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What does normal P axis, V-rate 50-99 Incomplete RBBB and LAFT axis (240, -40), S greater than R II III aVF mean and does it require follow up with a?
Tech EKG appearance: "How to read an EKG" isn't possible to explain here. Use HealthTap Prime. The P axis refers to the atrium (1st part of heart cycle). Incomplete RBBB & V-rate is the next part of the EKG & refers to the lower chamber (ventricle). Rate is normal, but the right branch is delayed (bundle branch block). S>R in II, III, aVF is abnormal activity in the inferior wall. Follow-up depends on prior EKG & symp ...Read more
Is incomplete rbbb permanent. If your hearts healthy does condition worsen. Is it permanent. Can you treat it. Does rbbb your hearts not workin proply?
Bundle branch block: Incomplete right bundle means there is a slight slowing of electrical impulse conduction in the right heart conduction system. It usually does not cause a problem. It doesn't mean the heart is dysfunctional. ...Read more
Non acute: These EKG changes are usually suggestive (not diagnostic) of underlying chronic condition (s) eventually leading to increased atrial pressures. Overtime, strain increases and affects conduction properties of these chambers. The 1st step is to verify whether or not the EKG changes are new if possible then to obtain pertinent history and physical exam. I would also strongly consider echocardiogram... ...Read more
Delayed impulse: It means there is a slight delay in the transmission of the signal telling the heart to contract on its right side. Usually both right and left ventricles contract together but with rbbb, there is a delay in the spread of the impulse through the right ventricle. This shows as a slight sawtooth appearance of the qrs waveform in the right sided ekg leads. ...Read more
No: Incomplete RBBB can be a normal variant in 15% of the adult population and as such is a benign finding on ECG, not echocardiogram. It basically means that the message from atria to ventricle traverses just a few msec slower down the right branch of the atrio-ventricular conduction system, than the left fork. Nothing to worry about. ...Read more
Is incomplete rbbb dangerous. Is it permanent. Does it worsen. Had echo last year was normal. Dint hav rbbb then. Docs say don't need another echo?
Had a heart echo 12 months ago which was normal. Just been diagnosed with incomplete rbbb. Do I need another echo is my heart abnormal now. Worried?
I have 100atrial extrasy everyday, pr -90ms, incomplete rbbb, echo ok, stress test st/v5-1.3, st/ii-2.6 with a few extra. Is short pr interval dangerous?
Usually Not: There are two common causes of short pr, assuming you've excluded machine error (the #1 cause). 1) enhanced conduction from top to bottom. Not a problem here. 2) an "accessory pathway" short circuiting from top to bottom and bypassing normal wiring. These pathways are associated with Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome. You probably don't have this, but i'd need to see an ekg to say for sure. ...Read more
My resting ECG report shows t wave abnormality, consider anterior ischemia and incomplete rbbb. Should I be concerned? I see a cardio in 2 weeks.
ECG abnormality: T wave abnormalities are usually non-specific, especially if you are an otherwise healthy young woman. The computer read-out should always be confirmed and checked by the physician, so you will have more specific info after you get the opinion of the cardiologist. Of course, if you have cardiac symptoms like chest pain with exertion then a more urgent eval is a good idea. ...Read more
Incomplete rbbb on ekg in 20 month old. Is it normal or should I be worried? And what is : R55 Syncope and collapse
Sir I am indian, 23 yera old male. I am recently check ecg test my report say incomplete rbbb, I gor job in dubai so its any problem in my med-test?
This is a common: Finding and has no bearing on your overall health or health risks. Good luck with your new job! ...Read more
Both are "benign" arrythmias...
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I have chest pain on left side Ekg showed an incomplete rbbb but that's it. Occasionally I feel palpitations but ekg didn't show. I'm 29.
RBBB palpitations: Had an echocardiogram to see the structure of your heart? Usually if concerned about palpitations, one get a 72 hour holter where you wear and EKG recorder for 72 hours and record also when you feel palpitations, if no abnormal rhythms then we consider it normal. W/ RBBB check for Brugada syndrome, HTN, recent clots in lungs, rheumatic fever, lyme, Chagas disease. F/u/ w/ cardiologist. ...Read more
I am a 39 year old male. ECG results has sinus rhythm (rapid), horizontal axis, incomplete RBBB, QRS = 114, Borderline ECG, what does this mean?
EKG: It means that you have minor changes on your EKG which are of no consequence. Forget about it...Good Luck ...Read more
I m 29. my ecg shows incomplete rbbb with qrs complex 108ms. Other than no abnormality found hr was 84 regular. I do my cardiac enzymes all were normal?
No symps, normal var: At ur age, if u have never had symptoms/probs w/ ur heart & if ur family has been free of heart dz, I wouldn't worry too much about the EKG. The QRS complex is 100 ms, it's not enuf to worry about. The incomplete RBBB is seen in a lot of young people, especially if thin or athletic. A resting HR of 84 bpm is a little high for an athlete but in normal range 4 adul ...Read more
Diagnosed with incomplete rbbb. Heart misses beats pauses. Is this coz of rbbb. Ecg only shows rbbb nothing else. Heart echo was normal. Is this normal?
Monitoring: Rbbb does not cause pauses. If you feel intermittent pauses, may help to have a 24 or 48 hr monitoring to determine the nature of your symptoms. Discuss with your doctor. ...Read more
Ecg report of mom: pr & qrs interval: 184 & 82 msec. P & qrs axis= 38 & -60 deg resp...Doctor says incomplete rbbb + lahb...Please suggest
ECG report: The pr and qrs intervals are normal. There is left axis deviation in the qrs complex, consistent with a lahb. There is more than 60 degrees of difference between the p and qrs axes, which is abnormal. Without examining the tracing, I cannot comment on the report of incomplete rbbb. Why was the ECG done and what symptoms or cardiac condition (s) does your mom have? Possibly ihd? ...Read more
Not much.: If you are a 19 y/o female without signs or symptoms of heart disease and you can exercise then I would suggest that their is a small delay in the electrical signal traveeling through the right bundle branch of your heart's electrical system. The part about lateral ischemia is probably artifact due to lead placement coupled with a normal age related variant. Nothing to worry about. ...Read more
Right bundle: Rbbb stands for right bundle branch block. Your heart has specialized conduction tissue to carry electrical information. The ventricles (bottom chambers) are served by the right bundle branch and the left bundle branch. Rbbb means the right bundle isn't conducting properly. In and of itself this is likely to be asymptomatic. But if assoc. With another underlying heart condition it could be. ...Read more
RBBB: Rbbb is common and you shouldn't be worried if everything else is fine. ...Read more
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Have these symptoms started suddenly and recently? That would make me concerned. Please consult with your primary care physician. You may be referred to a cardiologist for more of a workup.
Hope that you feel better and gain answers soon... Take care. ...Read more
RVH/RBBB: If you have RVH it is possible you could have a condition which causes you disability. It is also possible that you don't. You need to be evaluated by a physician to determine eligibility for disability. ...Read more
RBBB: Yes. Reversibility depends upon underlying etiology for right bundle branch block. It is reversible if the block is caused by rate related aberrancy or ischemia without infarction. If the block is caused by infarction/degenration/damage to the conductive system then it is not reversible. ...Read more
Brugada: NoGet a more detailed answer ›