The result of "coronary sinus rhythm" in EKG is ok?

Coronary sinus . Not certain of the term as the coronary sinus is the major vein draining the heart. Maybe the term is low atrial rhythm which us not dangerous at all and is a description given when p wave morphology in some leads are inverted.

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Can you explain this ECG result? Sinus rhythm, Short PR interval, Horizontal axis, RSR' pattern in V1 and V2, low QRS voltages in precordial leads.

ECG. I am surprised and disappointed that your primary doctor and/or cardiologist did not discuss this with you in detail. They MUST explain this to you. That said, you will find readable information on that when you go online or go to the local library. I would like to hear from you what develops. Read more...

My ECG results interpreted that I have normal sinus rhythm, leftvaxis deviation and inferolateral wall ischemi. Can you explain?

ECG. Ecg usually read by a computer program and overread by a doctor. Sinus rhythm is the normal heart rhythm, left axis deviation describes the electrical direction of the heart activity and inferolateral ischemia refers to some changes in the ECG pattern which can be seen with abnormal heart blood flow but are not specific. Talk to your doc to discuss. Read more...

I had a pre-surgical ecg. The result is like : normal sinus rhythm left axis deviation abnormal ecg what does it mean?

Axis. The preponderance of electrical activity of your heart is directed to the left of your body. This may mean your left ventricle is thickened (hypertrophy), or may be caused by a minor conduction delay (left anterior hemiblock). Neither of these are very serious, and will probably not delay your surgery. Ask your doc about your ekg findings. Read more...
Ecg . The ECG with normal sinus rhythm and left axis deviation does not imply any serious abnormality. Read more...