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... Yes a stress test would be a good idea. I just had one and it was also abnormal. So I had the cardiac catherization and only had a 20% blockage so doctor says to do nothing. I was so worried out of my mind because I have a family history of heart disease. So go ahead and find out now. Go where ever you can afford to go. I had no insurance when I lost my job due to... (1 replies)
... My 12 lead ecg reads, Normal sinus rhythm Vertical Axis unusual for age, Late transition. Probable early repolarization pattern. Borderline ecg. More stats:PR 145 Rate 63 QSRD 89 QT 387 QTc 396 AXis p 55 qrs 84 (1 replies)
... Sinus Bradycardia T-Wave abnormality, consider anterior ischemia Abnormal ecg Vent rate 59 BPM PR interval 152ms Qrs duration 86 ms QT/QTc 434/429 ms P-R-T axes 59 -26 73 (3 replies)

... abnornal. But the it goes on to read normal myocardial profusion scan. My cardiologist told me the results were normal and to disregard the ecg findings since the profusion scan was normal. I am reading conflicting things on an abnormal ecg with normal stress thallium and am a bit concerned. ... (4 replies)
ECG Readings
Mar 21, 2014
... gency surgery. After being released from the hospital, I had what I have come to understand are classic heart attack symptoms. I went to the ER, and the computer reading of the ECG indicated a lateral and inferior infarct with a notation that the leads were possibly misplaced. ... (0 replies)
Abnormal ECG ?
Sep 7, 2010
... Hi, I had chest pains so I went to the family doctor rather then the ER and they hooked me up to the 12 lead ECG machine, i did get an abnormal reading but i wonder if anyone could elaborate. It was a unconfirmed report of accelerated Junctional Rhythm and I'm to book an app with the cardiologist. ... (0 replies)
... If the t wave is inverted, it means that the heart muscle is not getting enough oxygen, possibly due to artery narrowing the anterior ischemia means the t wave is abnormal ( this is a wave in the ecg pattern) that relates to possible narrowing in the artery that feeds the front wall of the heart. This region has the artery caled the "left anterior descending" artery. I am... (3 replies)
... Hi FLME, An echo can better provide info on dimensions, so if there is a normal echo that will over ride EKG sometimes referred to as ECG (electrocardiogram). An infarct indicates an area of the heart muscle is damaged (dead cells). An echo would visually show heart muscle impairment due to necrosis. Apparently there is no infarct. Inconclusive regarding RBBB, but... (3 replies)
... I'd appreciate any help reading this. I go to see the cardiologist next week and will ask him then. I'm a 29 yr old female. OK Echo, Stress test, Holter. ... (3 replies)
... I have been reading that they could be a sign on an upcoming heart attack which is making me panic further....Anyone have any thoughts on this? ... (0 replies)
... Hi, I've been having chest pain for about 5 years now, but always had "normal" EKG's. Now I'm being treated for late stage lyme disease, and my EKG's have started changing - recently they've said Rightward Axis but Otherwise Normal EKG. But I had one done yesterday and it said "Rightward Axis, RSR in V1 or V2, and Poor R Wave Progression" which they then said was a... (2 replies)
... er than normal heart beat, but not necessarily a heart condition or abnormnal heart. If its just tachycardia then it might be normal for your heart. If there are abnormal rhythms or extremely fast pusle then there could be an arhythmia, but if its slight tachycardia then your heart might be normal. ... (5 replies)
Abnormal ekg?
Jun 29, 2006
... s my Q waves are always flagged as "abnormal" by the machine, even though that is now, and will be for the rest of my life, normal for me. But, any cardiologist reading my trace and knowing my chart would immediately pick up on that. ... (9 replies)
... Thank you Ken. Unfortunately I'm not savvy when it comes to the ECG reading aspect in the least. ... (11 replies)
... k up reports at this hospital and glanced at then before the lady put them in a folder. EKG read, "Septal MI"......These idiots Never notified me that the final reading showed a heart attack. I was livid. They had all these blatant excuses why they were sooo imcompetent. ... (15 replies)
... Myocardial Perfusion Imaging Including post stress and rest injection images with ECG gating and attenuation correction using TCT. ... (3 replies)
... The ECG showed Ectopic junctional beats, they took two ECG a few hours apart and no one in the ER seemed concerned. They said it was ok. ... (0 replies)
... I was still freaking out a bit. I am still getting them at random times lasting anywhere from seconds, to over a few minutes, to hours, the beats are not always abnormal but happens throughout those times periods at different times. ... (8 replies)
... Thanks a lot for your reply!! I guess i have gained a lot of confidence after reading your reply!! ... (4 replies)
... Wow I cant believe how common these ectopics are, mine are with me most of the time and can be felt mostly when I am still like now typing on my pc or watching tv reading etc, I've had them for 5yrs now and they are no better no worse, I was free from them for the month of December 07 (that was a first) but they have returned with a vengence, with aches down my left arm and... (4 replies)




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