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Old Anterior Infarct Ecg
Iam 65 years old abnormal ecg
Normal sinus rhythm
Possible inferior infarction , age undetermined
ST& T wave abnormality, consider lateral ischemia?
Automated ECG: The automated ECG interpretation that appears on a 12 lead ECG printout must always be viewed with a grain (or two) of salt. The best person to evaluate your ECG is your doctor. Period. The machine is famous for misinterpretation. Go see your doctor. Have a history and physical done. Then have him/her look at your ECG. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
Abnormal ekg possible anterior infarct age undetermined left axis deviation. Left ventricular hypertrophy. Lateral t wave changes?
You need to see a: Cardiologist,if you have not. They can explain all those changes on your EKG.. ...Read more
Infarcts: Infarcts are areas of heart muscle damage or scars. They can be deemed to be acute or old depending on associated EKG patterns. Q waves are often patterns of myocardial infarction. The above abnormalities are felt to be on the bottom and front of the left ventricle and possibly on the septum which is a wall between the left and right ventricles. This is a significant amount of heart muscle damage. ...Read more
Depends: Sinus bradycardia can be normal in a fit individual. Septal infarct age undetermined may also be a normal variant, but also possibly indicate previous injury to the heart. You might want to consider getting further evaluation, such as a stress treadmill ECG test. Depending on various associated healthy issues, this might need to be combined with imaging (nuclear or ultrasonography). ...Read more
39 yr old male weightlifter. Hypertension palps. Ekg says old antero septal infarct. Consider inferior ischemia. I don't believe it. No pain w exercise?
ECG: that reading means you should be in touch with your doctor asap to discuss what's going on and what to do you ...Read more
Yes, by tracing only: It is an abnormal ekg by reading of the tracing but what is most important is the ekg in relation to a good history and clinical exam. Questions to ask: do you have a past history of heart disease, high BP, diabetes, smoking? Do you have chest pain/jaw pain/pain down L arm? Is your BP high on exam? Any of these findings along with the above ekg is a MAJOR concern. Please talk with your doctor!! ...Read more
Ecg w marked sinus bradycardia. Septal infarct age undetermined. Abnormal ecg. Heart murmur w left valve leakage. History of chest pain. Is this bad?
Ecg results - sinus bradycardia, short pr interval, lateral infarct- age undetermined and inferior st-t changes nonspecific? What does this me
Just an EKG: Ekgs aren't the last word. Sinus bradycardia: your hrt conducts impulses from the normal location at rate. ...Read more
Possible hemiblock: An abnormal right axis plus minimally prolonged qrs duration defines what is termed a left posterior hemiblock (block of the posteroinferior fascicle of the left branch of the bundle of his). An abnormal right axis can also occur in conditions with elevated right heart pressure and resultant right ventricular enlargement. Normal sinus rhythm means no rhythm disturbance. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
DX neurocardiogenic syncope ECG: Left atrial enlargement,Low voltage QRS, Borderline ECG Normal sinus rhythm. Is the ECG normal?
No: Abnormal. Low voltage Left atrial enlargement . ...Read more
What is the question: I am not sure what you are asking; however, that reading would warrant an evaluation promptly from an orthopedist. If the child has not seen the orthopedic physician, get his pediatrician to make a STAT referral today. ...Read more
28 yr old female history of chest pressure all normal ekgs until this past 2 months showed bradycardia septal infarct concerning?
Repeat the EKG: Reading of a "septal infarction" is a very common computer misread due to subtle misplacement of the EKG leads. Have the EKG repeated and make sure that the leads are placed properly according to accepted standards (they are not just randomly placed!). Would also undergo a routine treadmill stress test. Good luck!! ...Read more
Ekg says possible infarct infarct. Inferior lateral t changes. Cardio says normal? What's wrong?
P 84 qrs 86 pr 148 qt 358 qtc 407 qt disp 34
Trust the cardio: An 12 lead EKG may initially be read by the machine given certain predetermined parameters that are set. It is not always accurate. There may be artifact obscuring the reading. Also the EKG needs to be completed to an older EKG to verify changes. If read by a cardiologist as normal then trust that reading. ...Read more
Ischemia...: Although people have varying coronary anatomy, the septum and apex are most commonly supplied by the left anterior descending (lad) artery. Usually ischemia is characterized by extent, severity, and degree of reversibility. For mild ischemia, sometimes medical management is the appropriate treatment. For extensive, severe ischemia, a more invasive procedure may be necessary. See your doctor. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Diagnosis 2/8 from 11/12 stress test. Fixed inferolateral apical defect, myocardial infarct, 2 month a-fib/electric shock. Do i need a cardiac cath?
When the blood supply of a tissue is compromised by whatever mechanism, the tissue will stop working and if blood flow is not restored, the tissue will eventually die ("infarct", both verb and noun). The clinical picture that runs with development of an infarct ("heart attack"; ...Read more
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