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Dr. Rick koch.In reference to the board cert in echo, you think its completely fine then that mine was read by a non boarded echo, but boarded cardio?
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Google: For this type of information, you can google a physician's name. You will find various sites where patients write such "reviews." not every physician will have reviews written, and those written may be of variable reliability. If a physician is involved on healthtap, you can read his/her various pages for more info. Sometimes patients write notes that are viewable. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Shunt is QP/QS 1.2 ? Doctor just told me on,my,echo it said QP/QS 1.2? am i aloud 2 workout with a shunt? is it safe? papvr isolated vien...
4 yrs mom's physicians said she had enlarge heart but hospital said her heart is fine, according to its machine & cardiologist whom do I trust?
Try a : Google or bing search of your missing doctor. ...Read more
Likely yes: The pads can help determine the heart rhythm, functioning as diagnostic leads on most machines, so are quicker than waiting to get the 3 or 5 regular leads on. Pads are commonly applied to persons with unstable heart rhythms / palpitations / some with chest pains / unresponsive patients. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hello doctor mare skin black hai kuch bhi lagati hu frak nahi padat please koi aisa prouduct batye?
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41female cardiologistdid blood ekgs excerstress test on BP med press good he said myheart is fine.I smoke i set date this monda to tryandquit anyadvic?
Great news!!: You can do this! Tell your friends. Get your cigarettes, ash trays & matches/lighters out of the house by Monday. Keep paying your self the cost of your cigarettes everyday - put the money in a big jar so you can see it grow. Put reminders around house to encourage and reinforce yourself. Start a new hobby, book or sport on Monday to feel extra healthy. Just deciding to quit was 1/2 the battle! ...Read more
Dr.Heard small murmur.Had tte doppler echo. Came back normal.Said it is innocent.Also went to cardiologist, who agreed its innocent.Good workup? Im 26.
I wear a loop monitor looking for AFib. I had palpitations BP 113/07 178 bpm. Dr recommends a wire to the rt ventricle to zap a faulty beat. Is ok?
Blood pressure @ dr. 132/72, both nurse & dr. Said not to worry. For years i'm always below 120. I asked dr. If i was prehypertension & dr said no but according to online blood pressure chart, i am?
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My echo was read by a board certified cardiologist but he is not board certified in echo. Is this ok? Listed as normal. Eval of murmur.
If my EKG was irregular (sinus tach from a "normal place" my cardiologist tells me)....And the echocardiogram was fine, do I have atrial filb? Help?
Tachycardia: The ekg is the best way to diagnose atrial fibrillation. If your cardiologist has diagnosed it as sinus tachycardia, then it's not atrial fibrillation. Sometimes the heart beat can be irregular even with sinus rhythm, due to respiration or some extra beats. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My daughter was diagnosed w a [email protected] appt. We went2the hospital2do xrays&an ekg. L8r told2go2dallas cardiologist what could b wrng!
Most benign: If i listen often enough to a kid in their childhood, i will likely hear a murmur at some time on every one.Murmur means extra or unexpected sound.Most are related to the normal flow of blood exaggerated by a thin chest wall, high metabolism or fever. Most murmur "bad"is picked up at birth, while some like treatable vsd's are found later.Sounds like you are in good hands.Be positive. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can be effective : Flecainide should be avoided if there are certain additional cardiac abnormalities accompanying the atrial fibrillation - such as left ventricular hypertrophy or a weakened heart muscle (cardiomyopathy), and in some cases more serious rhythm abnormalities can occur. But it is very effective in certain patients. ...Read more