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Normal peak flow meter test, normal CT of lung, normal chest xray , normal echo, normal pulse ox / blood pressure can this rule out interstitial lung d?
Two normal d dimers last week normal BP normal oxygen normal chest X-ray normal tropin normal ECG still worried about pulmonary embolism?
Disease fixation: You evidence a real problem with your fixation on sudden death related conditions. Your data given here suggests you have no real sudden death risk but that you need to see a professional for help with your psychological problems. Long distance answers from here are highly unlikely to give you relief. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Not usually: all the things you report are reassuring but there is no clinical context, such as chest pain, shortness of breath, blood gas. The best test for PE is a CT scan of the chest with contrast , however this may miss small emboli and may be negative after 24-48 hours . IT is hard to be certain from the little data provided . Why did you or your doctor think you might have a PE? ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Peak tricuspid regurgitant velocity during stress test? What is the normal range during stress test?
Try This Cuspid: According to the Journal of the American College of Cardiology (JACC)*,Most studies have assumed TRV ?2.5 m/s as the upper limits of normal."Their studies showed that in trained athletes,this values can go higher(around 3.5, give or take) without adverse consequences I just called Arnold to let him know he can now relax *J Am Coll Cardiol. 1999;33(6):1662-1666. doi:10.1016/ S0735-1097(99)00055-8 ...Read more
Perfectly normal period every month with a little heavy flow. does this mean normal estrogen levels?
I would like help to calculate peak blood flow rate in aorta when given radius and peak blood velocity?
Bernoulli Equation: For peak pressure, you only need peak velocity. Peak pressure is 4 x the square of the peak velocity. If the peak velocity is 4 m/s, the peak pressure is 64 mmHg. The peak velocity IS the peak flow rate. For example, if peak velocity is 5 l/min, then the peak flow rate is 5 l/min. Is that what you meant? ...Read more
Possible causes of erratic diastolic BP? e.g. 55-60 at rest, 85-90 after exertion or stress? BNP normal, echo normal, chest scan normal, ECGs normal.
Effects of bleeding: Thick blood clots are an indication of excessive bleeding. An occasional clot is not an issue, but if it is a regular occurrence it may be a cause for concern especially if your hemoglobin falls below normal. It would be prudent to discuss it with your doctor at your next visit. ...Read more
Re-asking this: normal echo and stress test and holter. Two normal ecg's but third shows late transition with normal sinus rythm. Doppler showed impaied lv relax but everything normal. Normal?
EKG: If ekg leads are not placed in ideal position then you could see late transition. From the data you provided you are at low risk for cardiovascular events. Impaired lv relaxation in a 40 year old should not be completely neglected. But it is a minor abnormality. Not to worry much at this point of time. If you have any high BP it should be treated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
This varies/ height: Most male adults above 5'6 would average above 450,but these can vary with the meter used. ...Read more
What is the probability of sca with a normal ekg(normal heartbeat, just fast), normal echo shows normal function, normal stress test/normal blood work?
Low: The probability of sca is low in the young, healthy population. Unless you have a family history of sca or a genetic predisposition to sudden death, your risk should also be low. There is a risk calculator that can be applied to assess sca risk in patients undergoing surgery. It was developed by dr. Gupta and can be accessed at www.Qxmd.Com. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
17 year old active male run 4/5 mi daily,ekg, echo, chest X-ray,blood work normal peak flow meter normal feel lack of air and chest pain for 3 months?
During exercise?: If symptoms only occur during exercise could be exercise induced asthma, narrowing of airways in lungs triggered by strenuous exercise. It causes shortness of breath, wheezing, coughing and discomfort during or after exercise. Treatment can be gotten with medications and certain ways of controlling temperature prior to workouts. ...Read more
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