How to interpret EKG results?

Cardiologist. You should have your ECG read by a cardiologist. If the reading is abnormal or there are questions with the interpretation, a consult with a cardiologist or cardiac electrophysiologist may be warranted. .

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Will you please fax my EKG results to 704-316-7745? (Novant Bariatrics) I had called a couple weeks ago to have it sent and it wasn't. I need sent s

Who's your doctor? I don't have your EKG on file. I think you addressed your question to the general bulletin board, rather than the specific doctor you were trying to reach on HealthTap (Prime). Please relay the name so that we can forward your request; however, you may need to use HealthTap Prime or some other platform to get in contact with the doctor who has the EKG. Read more...
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Male, 49 yo, smoker, for the past year I've been experiencing this pin prick feeling in left side of chest, EKG results :normal?

A pin prick. sensation in the chest is almost never a dangerous symptom. The bad things that cause chest pain (heart attack, ruptured aneurysm, blood clot to lung, cancer) do not feel like that. A normal ECG is nice, but it doesn't guarantee that a person's symptom isn't dangerous. Hope this helps. Check out my website http://CardioGauge.com for heart health education. Read more...
Hard to say. Probably worth a chest x Ray. Costo chondritis? Costal nerve neuropathy? With the symptoms provided I probably would Not have started with an EKG. Consider seeing another physician. . Read more...

Do bad EKG results means bad heart, blood or other things?

Yes and no. "bad ekg results" aren't good. The ekg is the body surface representation of the electrical activity of the heart, and not the blood or other things. That said, there are other medical conditions that can affect the ekg. I'd recommend that you ask your cardiologist (or whoever told you that the ekg result is bad) to give you more information about your condition. Additional testing may be needed. Read more...

I recently had an Echocariogram, Holter (24 hour) and EKG. Results-Episodes of tach, . bileaflet MVP and trace regurgitaition. Can you explain?

Valve. Your bileaflet mitral valve is normal. It is a bicuspid valve. The mitral valve works like an inverted parachute when blood comes into your heart from the lungs the parachutes collapse and blood comes into the chamber. When your heart beats the parachutes open and do not let blood back into the lungs. Sometimes that do not close completely and that causes regurgitation. Usually some is common. Read more...