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Slight Variation In Ecg
Brugadh sign: You have a Brugadh sign. This does not mean you have the disease. Only your Dr. Can tell you. ...Read more
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
Ecg: Very slight ST elevation is likely nothing to be concerned about in and of itself. The waves on an ecg need to be interpreted in light of clinical situations as there are multiple possible reasons for most variations from absolutely normal on these tracings. In a 19y/o minimal ST elevation is highly unlikely to represent an MI unless associated with specific symptoms. ...Read more
Sir I am 30 male weight 83kg, I have t inversion in ECG and mild concentric lvh;kindly suggest any advise I have BP 140/82?
Weight loss, BP f/u: You are mildly hypertensive by BP readings but your ECG /echo reports already show signs of LVH at age 30. This implies that the effects of high BP have been causing some strain on your heart. The ECG also implies some repolarization changes that could show ischemia. A stress test (stress echo or mpi given the abnl baseline ecg) might help. This could also serve to start you on exercise progra. ...Read more
What does it mean if ECG showed short pr interval. & flat or low neg t in avl & v6. & high lateral and lateral repoloarization disturbance (mild)?
Different things: A short pr interval means that the heart beat is either initiated in a part of the atrium which is distinct from the sinus node (where it usually starts) or is being conducted with accelerated velocity to the ventricles. The other changes are "non-specific" and can be due to anything, like sodium, potassium or magnesium levels, medicines, lead position, skeletal variation and many other things. ...Read more
Hello Dr I have recently been diagnosed with mild leak in value. No Med prescribed. My ecg was done 4 times thru the process and all were abnormal. Is?
What does it mean when an ECG says borderline and extreme right superior axis deviation. Slight high lateral repolarization disturbance consider Ische?
58 years old and ECG says RBBB+LABH and have had 2 episodes of slight pain sensations in the chest lasting for few minutes. Do I need to go for angiog?
Many things: Including nothing. Depends on the pattern of the depression (up-sloping or down-sloping) and the exact amount of the depression in millimeters. The doctor who ordered the ECG is in the best position to interpret it. It can be a normal variant, or it can be evidence of a lack of blood flow (ischemia) in that part of the heart. Also depends on your cardiac history. Call your doctor to explain. ...Read more
Very unlikely: Mild mitral stenosis would not usually manifest on ekg, but if it was more significant and longstanding, the wave that would be abnormal is the p wave. ...Read more
Madam I am 30 male 83 kg BP 140/82, I have t inversion in my ECG and morever mild concentric lvh so kindly advise me what to do?
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Is 120 MS of QRS normal interval for ECG test? Can this be a sign of MVP mild MR (which I have) or other valvular diseases?
I am 39yr of age my tmt report show mild positive to reversible ischemia and my 2d echo report is normal and ecg and pft is also normal. Hdl is 65?
I felt mild chest pain (left side)3-4 times in last 3 days. I carried out ECG and the report looks normal except abnormal T Wave. What it indicates?
T wave: Can be normal. Discuss with your Dr. ...Read more
Pain in back and nape in morning and evening. Mild headache and chest pain for 2weeks. Normal ECG and 2d echo. What can this be?
Not your heart: Heart disease doesn't present like this. You don't have the space to provide sufficient information to determine the cause of your symptoms. You need to have a comprehensive checkup. ...Read more
I'm having mild to severe chest pains for a month now and did the ECG EKG tmt and my doctor sys everything is normal. What can it be?
Chest pain: There are many causes of chest pain, the heart is but one, intestinal gas and thoracic musculoskeletal pains are very common, anxiety and panic attacks likewise are frequent causes. You should always ask the doctors who see you what they think is the problem you came for and what to do about it. ...Read more
Why feeling uncomfortable on left chest, it feels mild sharp poking feeling, echo was normal and ecg was within normal limits, also have anxiety.
Atypical chest pain: Pain on left side not always from heart, it could be from the bones and cartilage, esophagus, stomach and from colon too. You need physical exam and complete history to find out the source of the pain. As you have mentioned anxiety it can mimic lots of problems also. ...Read more
I feel pressure in my chest, did an ecg test the the results came abnormal, had and echocardiogram test as well and everything looked okay...I have slight coughs now...what could this be pls?
In my chest X-ray the impression is Mild cardio megaly. Is it an issue? All other reports are normal (sugar, scan, ECG, BP-126/88)
Reading: Without more information the best one can do from out here is ask your own doc who has more info about you ...Read more
Is mild right ventricular hypertrophy can always be detected by the ECG? Or it needs only Echo to be seen? Does it have signs and symptoms?
Symptoms: May depend on the etiology of RVH. It can be identified on EKG ...Read more
Mild heart pain on & off for 4 hrs. Bp 97/62.Normal ECG one month back.33 years female. Had same pain when I was pregnant on 2010.Got better soon. Help!
Progresive prod. Cough at ni8 wile sleeping with constant mild dul Lt. Chest pain 55yr, F. echo=grad1-diastoli dysfn, ecg-inferio-later ischemi. Wats Rx?
Consider HT consult: Some of the more common causes for a chronic nocturnal cough are: post nasal drip, GERD, cough variant asthma and CHF. There is not enough information to suggest the cause of your cough or dull chest pain. Was your chest X-ray normal? Smoker? Are you on medication? An online InBox Consultation at Health Tap may be helpful. You would upload your complete medical history and all studies done. ...Read more
Mild pain under left breast. Had an ecg 3 months it was normal. Pain is usually there when laying on left side.
I am experiencing escape beats at times, I had my ECG and reveald pvc's but n0t that often. My 2d echo is ok but with slight mitral backflow.?
Very common-no worry: Occasional escape beat/pvcs occur in virtually every person at some point. For an adult, the heart beats on an average 115000-120000x/day, I am actually quite amazed it is not having more irrgular beats. Slight mitral backflow (regurgitation) is also common. Normal echo is reassuring. If no symptoms such as dizziness/chest pain, I would not worry. If u r still concerned, consult doc. Good luck. ...Read more
I recently had a slight heart attack. If the damage was minimal will this show up on an ECG or stress test? Also, is this a preview of things to come
May not show on either.
However depending on vessel, area, amount of muscle truly damaged, it may show ...Read more
27y/o non smoker. 1.5year history intermittent mild central chest discomfort worse at rest and with cold. Ecg, bloods, echo, stress test normal. Help!
Reactive airway: Perhaps you're describing reactive airway disease or asthma that's sensitive to cold & your bedroom environment (I assume that's what you mean by "at rest"). Some people w/asthma report worsening or chest tightness w/exercise & cold exposure. Check out http://www. Mayoclinic. Org/diseases-conditions/asthma/expert-answers/reactive-airway-disease/faq-20058010 & https://goo. Gl/ZLnULG ...Read more
Is there signs & symptoms for right ventricular mild hypertrophy? And if the pulmonary HTN was42.57mmHg 8months ago, what will ECG+Echo show now? Please
Depends on the cause:
In both cases the answer to your questions depends upon what is the cause. In general, right ventricular hypertrophy can lead to symptoms of right ventricular failure- leg swelling, right sided belly pain (from your liver becoming congested
with blood), and abdominal swelling (from ascites fluid).
it is impossible to predict your echo and ECG results. The only way to know is to repeat them ...Read more
My mother had an ECG test and dr said she had a mild stroke twice! She is 63 yrs old, diabetic & highblood pressure patient. Pls adivse tips for cure?
You will not achieve a cure. You goal should be to avoid further problems. There is a book by Daniel Amen called "use your brain to change your AGE. It has the type diet she should be eating in it. This is genetic. You should start the same program. Sugar & Blood pressure must be controlled. Her disease has caused athrosclerosis in all her vessels.
Lets work to keep her around> ...Read more
My doctor heard what she called a "slight heart murmur" and did a ekg which was normal. Now she's ordered me an Ecg and im so nervous! What's the diffe?
Echocardiography: Echo is ultrasound to visualize the heart valves and structure and further analyze the cause of murmur. EKG is does not visualize the heart but only analyze the heart rhythm and cannot diagnose the source of a murmer. Don't worry as hearing a murmer does not always mean a heart disease as some murmers are physiologic i.e normal. Good luck with the echo ...Read more