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Is Lafb With Poor R Wave Progression Concerning
Normal ekg with " poor r wave progression" stress Echo came back normal. What does the poor r wave progression mean?
EKG shows normal sinus rhythm, no acute Ischemic changes and poor R wave progression. What does that mean?
PRWP: PRWP or poor R wave progression can be a sign of a few things: most common problem I see is artifactual: simply a matter of suboptimal electrode placement of the EKG either due to sloppy technique or else breast tissue (in women). PRWP can also be a sign of a previous anterior wall MI or heart attack. Lastly, some conduction abnormalities such as left anterior fascicular block can cause this ...Read more
My EGG says sinus rhythm borderline 1st degree A-V block. Poor R wave progression. Probable normal variant.What does this mean?
ECG: The reading describes minor findings which could potentially be caused by something abnormal but which in high probability the patient is normal. ...Read more
I have abnormal septal motion in left ventricle, EF 60-65% and normal valves. However I previously had an ECG with poor R wave progression. Causes?
Call Cardiologist: Septal wall motion abnormalities in a 19 year old typically speak to a congenital abnormality, not usually ischemic heart disease. You must be seeing a Cardiologist as it would be atypical that you have been told you have SWMA and PRWP. These questions are best answered by the professional that ordered and read your echocardiogram. If you have not seen a Cardiologist, please go see one right away ...Read more
ECG 12 leads: Normal sinus rhythm,Possible Left atrial enlargement,Inferior infarct,ACUTE MI / STEMI, Abnormal ECG
When compared with ECG of 30-MAR-2015 ST elevation now present in Inferior leads. BUT troponins are ok. Is it heart attack?
My ECG result last year and this year showed the same result: poor R wave progression,v1-v3 with nonspecific st-t wave changes. Should i be concerned?
ECG: that ECG reading is a nonspecific finding and without knowing more about you the best course is to advise you to ask your doc if any cause for concern is raised in you by that result ...Read more
My ecg says normal sinus rather, consider left atrial enlargement diffuse t wave abnormalities consistent with ischemia. My pcp talked it over with a?
ECG : I assume your pcp discussed it with a cardiologist. ...Read more
Normal sinus rhythm with borderline intraventricular conduction delay and secondary ST changes. No acute ischemia.DR impressions on ecg. This means?
ECG interpretation : The "no acute ischemia" part means that there is no heart attack occurring at the moment. The rest really implies that the ECG tracing was not perfect in its appearance. This could be nothing, or it could be related to true heart disease. This type of EKG would need to be interpreted in context: symptoms, physical limitation, other testing. ...Read more
What does an EKG finding of Sinus rhythm with short PR BORDERLINE ECG ST elevation probably due to early repolarization mean?
Two different parts: The PR interval is a measurement of time it takes for the electricity to travel from the top of the heart, to the bottom. A short PR interval means it the electricity travels quicker than expected. Early repolarization means the heart muscle begins recovering quickly after the electricity has traveled through. ...Read more
ECG showed secondary ST wave changes and borderline intraventricular conduction delay. Doctor still says ECG is normal,should I be concerned?
No.: These are nonspecific and not worrisome findings. Trust your doctor on this one. ...Read more
2 separate ekg's, 1st- "r wave progression anterior leads" 2nd- "nonspecific t abnormalities lateral leads". Panic attack during both-did that affect?
Panic attack and EKG: EKG abnormalities can be induced by anxiety attacks. Especially if you hyperventilate during them. So if during your attacks you feel numb and tingling around your mouth and lips then get a paper bag and re-breath into it for a few minutes and the numbness/tingling and EKG changes may go away. These symptoms are related to hyperventilation changing blood chemistry. Do the bag to see if it helps. ...Read more
Shift in elec signal: Left axis deviation means the average direction of the electricity in your heart is shifted a little to the left. This can be normal but often indicates an enlargement of the left side of your heart. Again often nothing to worry about. A slow heart rate can be from many things ranging from normal to damaged electrical circuits in the heart. Your doctor will be in best position to advise you. ...Read more
26 w/ chest pain. Was tachy, inferior q wave noted, nonspecific st and t wave abnormality noted. Possible lateral infarct. What does this mean?
J point slurring lateral/inferior demonstrating ERP.2 documented cases of monomorphic NSVT. Structurally normal heart. EP is not worried. Should I be?
Vent tachycardia: Relatively uncommonly ventricular tachycardia may occur in individuals with structurally normal hearts. This is known as idiopathic ventricular tachycardia and in the monomorphic form coincides with little or no increased risk of sudden cardiac death. In general, idiopathic ventricular tachycardia occurs in younger individuals diagnosed with VT. While the causes of idiopathic VT are not known, in general it is presumed to be congenital, and can be brought on by any number of factors. You should confirm that this is the thinking of your cardiologist and electrophysiologist. In general, ventricular tachycardia can be a serious condition which bears careful watching and followup. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Heart is normal. Calcification is noted in pul foci and no active lung lesion seen. There is blunting of Rt.costophrenic angle.
What ur opinion?
Previous healing: It sounds like you probably had an earlier long infection and now the calcification and blunting of the cardiopulmonary angle a result of a previous lung infection. It sounds like you have healed. The rest of your health depends on the rest of your evaluation. ...Read more
What is "Horizontal axis, RSR' pattern in V1 and V2, low QRS voltages in precordial leads" suggestive of? IRBBB? Brugada? Malposition of electrodes?
None of the above: Your question seems desperate in trying to find a diagnosis. The EKG, while unusual, are just findings. In the absence of a pattern if symptoms, they mean nothing. While an rSR' pattern could be from a BBB (bundle branch block) it could be from lead placement as well. Brugada is a syndrome of different findings over time. A single EKG can't make a Dx. Also no mention of QT, & low voltage suggests ...Read more
Low qrs voltage in limb leads [qrs deflection 0.5 mv in limb leads] atypical ecg.... Healthy 27 years old what does this mean?
Low voltage: Low voltage on an electrocardiogram (ECG) can be a sign of cardiomyopathy (weak heart muscle), pericardial effusion (fluid around the heart), obesity, lung disease. thyroid disease, and others. In most cases you would already know that you have these conditions. It is possible that technical issues with the ECG recording created an error. I would repeat the tracing. Glad to look at it for you. ...Read more