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T Wave Abnormality Consider Inferior Ischemia
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
ECG: Possible abnormalities can possibly be meaningful or not. The best you can say is possibly serious. More information is needed, ask your Doc about you. ...Read more
Help me understand this. Stress test says t wave liability at rest t wave inversion during recovery non diagnostic for ischemia. St depression <1mm??
EKG essentially ok: Sounds like they were determining if you had narrowing of your heart arteries and if that was causing a low blood supply to your heart. Ischemia means low blood/oxygen supply to tissue (in this case the heart). When there is a low blood/oxygen supply to heart tissue ischemia can happen and a t-wave inversion can show this on EKG. ST depres can tell if you have had a heart attack, not in your case ...Read more
My resting ECG report shows t wave abnormality, consider anterior ischemia and incomplete rbbb. Should I be concerned? I see a cardio in 2 weeks.
ECG abnormality: T wave abnormalities are usually non-specific, especially if you are an otherwise healthy young woman. The computer read-out should always be confirmed and checked by the physician, so you will have more specific info after you get the opinion of the cardiologist. Of course, if you have cardiac symptoms like chest pain with exertion then a more urgent eval is a good idea. ...Read more
Hi. I did ECG and results : ST and T wave abnormality, consider inferolateral ischemia, doctor said everything is ok... 27 years old, 60 kg.
Depends: In many cases the EKG machine gives an automated reading. It's not as effective as having a good pair of eyes reading the EKG. I'd go with your docs's advice. ...Read more
I had a ekg done Friday and it came back Sinus bradycardia moderate t wave abnormality, consider anterior ischemia. What is this and how serious is it?
ECG: The report is very nonspecific. It is not necessarily serious. You should ask your doctor what it means for you. ...Read more
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 more
Normal sinus rhythm with sinus arrhythmia Rightward axis T wave abnormality, consider anterior ischemia Abnormal ECG???? . I'm a 22 year old female.
May not be a problem: Sinus arrhythmia is not abnormal. The axis could be rightward in some normal individuals. Likewise, T wave abnormal is almost always non-specific and may not reflect ischemia (impaired blood supply to the heart muscle.). Computer readings of an ECG may not be reliable. Please have your doctor review the ECG and comment further. ...Read more
My ecg says normal sinus rather, consider left atrial enlargement diffuse t wave abnormalities consistent with ischemia. My pcp talked it over with a?
ECG: I assume your pcp discussed it with a cardiologist. ...Read more
My EKG states st and t wave abnormalities and sinus tachycardia and consider inferno lateral ischemia.. My doctor didn't seem concerned. Should I be?
Family practice: The ekg machine is very sensitive in their readings. Their interpretation is often miss read. It must always be read by the physician for a final reading. Many times we compare it with previous ekg, s. Ask your dr to explain it if you are still concerned. ...Read more
Resting EKG showed minor t wave abnormalities. Poss inferior ischemia but exsersise EKG (stress test) was normal. Been having chest pain. Heart ultrasound done 1 mth ago was normal. What else to do?
Next step: Your next step would be a myocardial perfusion study also known as a "chemical stress test". Regular stress tests have been known to have false negative findings especially in females but, at your age, unless there is a strong family history or other strong risk factors you should be ok. ...Read more
What could cause transient ST\T wave abnormalities on my EKG...t wave inversion specifically. My EKGs always change some with T inversions.
Can doctors tell me what does left atrial abnormality and repol abnrm ischemia, diffuse leads suggests?
Several things: Laa means that your left atrium is either enlarged, thickened (hypertrophied), or both. Diffuse ischemia is a worrisome reading on an ekg and means you need further evaluation. An imaging stress test (with either echo or nuclear medicne) is the usual next step. Good luck. ...Read more
Always had abnormal ECG due to inverted Twaves last ECG said ST & Twave abnormality, consider Anterior ischemia cant rule out inferior infarct. Worry?
Depends: You list "stress echocardiography" - was this normal? It's a much more accurate test than just an ordinary, resting EKG. If your stress echo was normal, forget the EKG but remember to always warn future doctors that you have a "normal funky-looking EKG" so they don't worry. ...Read more
Resting EKG showed non sprsifuc t wave inversions. Suggesting possible ischemia. But exercise ekg. Was completely normal. Should I worry? I have hbp
Nonspecific ECG finding are commonly found.
If a person with a baseline ECG abnormality has clinical symptoms which may represent heart disease, a stress test is frequently done to evaluate the symptom. If the stress test is normal, the likelihood of worrisome heart disease is statistically low. ...Read more
I had an EKG that was taken in the ER and it showed I was tachycardiac and had an abnormal t-wave with ischemia. What does this mean.
This is usually: Associated with coronary artery disease- see pcp or cardiologist. ...Read more
EKG during physical showed "t-wave consider anterior ischemia." I feel fine but have family history. Do I need to see a cardiologist?
ECG abnormal: It would be wise to consult a cardiologist ...Read more
St-t wave changes, consider inferolateral ischemia on ecg, echo shows heart good. Doctor said are few heart interruptions. What means? 27 yrs. Thanks
ST-T wave changes: ST-T wave changes often are non-specific and may not mean anything. There are some ST-T changes that are the hallmark of heart attack, but I doubt this is your case as you echo was normal. Modern computerized ECG machines will always say "consider. .. ischemia" with any ST-T wave abnormality. ...Read more
EKG came back High Risk Operation. ST Elevation, consider early repolarization, pericarditis or injury. ST&T wave abnormal consider anterior ischemia?
Need further workup:
Need to get evaluated for ischemic heart disease
myocardial perfusion scan if done and called for this ischemia, need to further evaluate with cardiac catheterization and or CTA of coronary vessels to clarify the abnormality especially if you are going for a surgical procedure ...Read more
I am 40 years old with chest pain. The doctor didan EKG which reported non specific ischemia and abnormal t wave but the echo and the stress tests are normal. What should I do?
Non cardiac pain: It appears that your heart may not be the source of pain. Evaluation for g.I respiratory and musculoskeletal causes. ...Read more
I'm diagnosed of anterior septal wall ischemia last dec 11 & ystrday ECG read nonspecific stt wave change, what to do?
Well: What did you doctor say? Did you ask him/ her as who sees you and did the test is the one with most info on your condition. ...Read more
Would my two-lead event monitor pick up ischemia in normal rhythm (ie be able to identity if pain episodes are cardiac), or just rhythm abnormalities?
My ekg showed probable anterosrptal ischemia and short pr wave. My doc said the info shows up on numerous pts. And not to worry. Should I be concerned?
My stress test shows there is " very mild reversible perfusion abnormalities of the left ventricle which may be related to mild ischemia vs artifact?
EKG: P waves are normally upright. T waves in healthy young individuals are usually upright in leads 1, 2, AVL, V4, V5, and V6. Other leads may have inverted T waves and still be normal. These are just guidelines, however as normal variants are common in EKG's, especially in young individuals. ...Read more
T wave: It can mean abnormalities in repolarization in the area of the septum. There is a legion of possible reasons for such T wave inversions. ...Read more
Abnormal ECGS: T wave inversions are an abnormal electrical pattern on an ECG which can indicate a heart problem. Most serious would be an indication of ischemia, or lack of blood flow to a part of the heart muscle. This occurs when there are cholesterol blockages in the coronary arteries. Other less dangerous causes for these changes include high blood pressure, leaky valves and thickened heart muscle. ...Read more
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