What does r-r interval mean on heart monitor results?

ECG. The waves on an ECG are called p-waves qrs complex and t-waves. The r to r interval is the distance between the r waves in successive beats. The distance is evaluated to measure the heart rate and to evaluate how regular the rhythm is.

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Can someone tell me what, pvcs, pacs, adn episodes sinus brady mean? These are the results of my 24hr heart monitor! Please and thank you!

Talk to your doctor. PVC's are early beats from the ventricle, and PAC's are early beats from the atrium. Sinus bradycardia ( sinus brady) is a slow heart beat that originates from the normal site in the heart. Many normal people have episodes of all three, and the significance of the findings in part relate to any associated symptoms.your doctor can explain the results of the monitor and put them in perspective. Read more...
Need more info. Sinus brady=normal rhythm but slow. In a healthy young person with no symptoms, that's generally not concerning-->usually a sign of good fitness. PACs & PVCs are premature atrial and ventricular beats--early beats originating in the upper & lower chambers, respectively. Just about everyone has occasional isolated early beats, but they can be more concerning if very frequent or in a row. . Read more...

Had a normal echo, normal EKG and a normal heart monitor what does that mean?

Tests. Those values suggest that the heart's, structure, function, electrical activity and rhythm are all normal. Read more...
Not necessarily norm. Ecg is notoriously inaccurate, especially in the detection of ischemic heart disease. You should find a physician who offers multifunction cardiogram in his office. It is the most accurate in the detection of ischemia in women! please go find one, and it may save your life! http://en.M.Wikipedia.Org/wiki/multifunction_cardiogram. Read more...

I feel like my heart is racing but my heart rate and BP are normal. Results from heart monitor and echo were fine. Could this be vagus nerve related?

Not your heart. If you feel like your heart is racing and all of those tests are normal, then it is safe to say it is not your heart or the vagus nerve. You and your doctor should pursue other diagnoses including anxiety. Read more...