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Sinus Rhythm Nonspecific T Abnormalities
Ecg read nonspecific st & t wave abnormality myocardial changes P waves showed superior axis normal sinus rhythm w/sinus arrhythmia? What does it mea
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Ecg result sinus rhythm rv conduction delay and some wave abnormalities but normal echocardiography should I be concernd?
No: Rv conduction delay is a normal variant in the vast majority of people. Non-specific st and t wave abnormalities have a host of non-cardiac causes and can also be normal. Bottom line: would not let the ekg concern me. How are you, though? ...Read more
ECG: That is a common ECG reading which can indicate something is wrong but also can be as it says nonspecific and 'no big deal'. Ask your doctor if there is reason for concern or further investigation. ...Read more
Common reading: "abnormal" because there are non-specific changes which are not specific enough to meet a true diagnosis, but not normal enough to say normal, so somewhat of a soft call or indecisive read, but very common and does not necessarily mean anything. The bottom line, the ECG findings need to be placed in the clinical context in which it was taken, and compared to previous and subsequent ECGs. ...Read more
Holter showed pacs, sinus tachycardia, sinus arrhythmia. Cardiologist says other than the tachy otherwise normal. Sinus arrhythmia/pacs are normal?
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Any idea what this means? Normal sinus rhythm. Possible Left atrial enlargement
Cannot rule out Anterior infarct. Abnormal EKG
Could be normal.: Depends upon your clinical situation. EKG's are not very predictive if they are done without a specific purpose in mind. If you have not had any symptoms and this EKG was done as part of a "routine" then it is very likely just an interesting finding without a physical meaning. You should discuss this with the person who ordered the test. ...Read more
Sinus rhythm ECG non specific t wave abnormality what does this mean doc said ok but I'm freaking?
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
I'm a 49 incomplete. Ekg said normal sinus rhythm can not rule out anterior infarct, age undetetermined abnormal ecg. I've had myocarditis. Worry?
Discuss with: Your cardiologist. If you are seeing this automated interpretation at the top of your ekg keep in mind it is not always accurate and will still need interpretation by a physician. ...Read more
No not serious: Your rhythm is normal. The nonspecific intraventricular conduction defect means that your complexes are wide in no specific ( right or left bundle branch pattern) pattern. This can happen as you age, if you smoke, as part of ischemic or other heart disease. It depends on the context in which you had the ECG done. In general it is nothing to worry about but good to know and possibly have a copy ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What does Anteroseptal T Wave changes mean? I have a history of Atrial Septal Defect and Sinus Tachycardia.
ECG abnomality: There may be EKG changes in ASD depending on its type, severity, right ventricular size, pulmonary hypertension etc. T wave changes in leads V1-V3 are anteroseptal changes (meaning changes occurring in front part of the wall dividing right and left chambers of heart). I would discuss with congenital heart specialist, may be you need repeat echo to reassess RV size and estimated pulmonary pressure. ...Read more
Would echo diagnose Arrhythmogenic right ventricular dysphasia? Does brugada syndrome always show up on ECG?
No: Arrhythmogenic RV dsyplasia is best diagnosed by cardiac MRI. Brugada syndrome has a pathognomonic sign on ECG..."hump-backed" ST changes. But it is possible if ECG leads are not placed correctly that it would be more or less pronounced. See an electrophysiologist (subspecialist of Cardiology) if you have a MD entertaining these diagnosis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
Need more info: Your question is not clear or detailed enough to answer. It appears you had an ECG which showed normal sinus rhythm which is normal. It apparently also showed some T-wave changes (inversion, flattening, peaked?) in V4-V5, which may have no clinical significance. Please provide more detailed information, including specific result, your age, and why ECG was performed - symptoms, etc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sinus tachycardia~t wave abnormality, consider inferior ischemia~abnormal ecg~when compared with ECG of 10-aug-2013 11:38, ~questionable change in qrs?
Non-specific: You need a stress test. It appears that you've had one. If it's been >1 year, it should be repeated now and done with an imaging modality such as echo or nuclear perfusion imaging. A resting ekg is a notoriously inaccurate test, especially in middle-aged women. (that's not sexism, it's science). There are many (most) false positives. ...Read more
Borderline ECG, These Minor Changes are of Equivocal Significance only. Sinus Rhythm T wave changes in anterior leads.
Borderline ECG: I am not certain of the circumstances leading to your having an ECG. T wave changes in anterior leads could be a sign of underlying atherosclerotic heart disease. Risk factors for this include high Blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes, smoking and 1st degree female relative with heart attack before 60 or 1st degree male relative with heart attack before 50. You need to see a physician ...Read more
ECG reads " sinus tachycardia with occasional and consecutive premature ventricular complexes and fusion complexes. Abnormal ECG. What does this mean?
Is sinus rhythm with unspecified t wave abnormality anything to be concerned about chest pain breathless diagnosed chest infection?
Generally No: This is often a completely "normal" EKG reading. To be sure repeat EKG when you are feeling better for comparison may be indicated, Hope this helps Dr Z ...Read more
Rhythm "any regular recurring motion, symmetry may be generally defined as a movement marked by the regulated succession of strong and weak elements, or of opposite or different conditions, this general meaning of regular recurrence or pattern in time may be applied to a wide variety of cyclical natural phenomena having a periodicity or frequency of anything microseconds ...Read more
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