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ECG Readings
Mar 21, 2014
... 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)
... art EKG should printout any irregularity at least a notification of an abnormal EKG. ... (3 replies)

... and result. And whether or not it is an abnormal test. ... (3 replies)
... The doctor should know your medical history, medications, etc. The results should put in the this context as well as what leads (electrodes) to distinquish various angles and rotation on an axis. Non-specific ST-T could indicate a bundle branch block on leads VI-V3. Do you have an arrhythmia problem? Sometimes used as a prognostication or risk of mortality due to MI... (6 replies)
... I had occasion to go to the ER a couple of weeks ago for severe abdominal pain. They did a number of tests for the stomach, and, of course did an ECG for the heart. They did not mention any abnormal results or anything about the ECG. ... (6 replies)
... T abnormality. It is identified on the graph as an amplitude greater than or equal to 1 mm and lasting longer than normal. The repolarization is abnormal but does not indicate a particular dx. ... (6 replies)
... Opps! I forget to tell one thing. Abnormal ST segments in wpw's ECG is normal. It meants not a heart attack! I got that all the time. That's why the dr in the ER said, was very hard to tell I'm in heart attack or not! ... (11 replies)
... There can be an abnormal reading but it may be of little significance or not unexpected, unusual or other tests negates the abnormal reading. So there may be a communication gap. ... (4 replies)
Heart Attack Talk
Apr 15, 2003
... Hi Fade, Thanks for all that info. They say it had nothing to do with weight or lifestyle, but I just wonder about the speed at which some of us build up plaque when our sugars are out of control... I had been essentially sedentary since 1987, right after I finished undergrad. I did manage to play some sports on the weekend all throughout graduate school, but that... (6 replies)
... To take your comment seriously, mild ischemia, what is the basis? What evidence is there that indicates the probability of ischemia? You are likely confusing ST-T depression and elevation which are specific markers for ischemia. NON-SPECIFIC means non-specific and very frequently it does not indicate anything and is quite common. (6 replies)
... Yes, if you had had heart attack you would have been told and likely experience that can almost be ruled out. A poor R-wave progression is commonly seen with left atrial hypertrophy shown by a prolonged atrial depolariztion. Depends on the axis deviation and which leads. The r to r complex measures heart rate, an early r wave can indicate an early or... (6 replies)
... Travel, Basically the word NONSPECIFIC in the context of "nonspecific ST-T wave irregualrities" means that they found changes that are not backed up with observable clinical events. Thus the clinician should look HARDER to find the cause of the irregularities and thus change the NONSPECIFIC into SPECIFIC because there is probably a reason for the irregularity, perhaps... (6 replies)
... Wow! That is wonderful information. Thank you!! I will be seeing my PCP within a week or so, also am making appointment with cardiologist. I do have PVCs. I use inhalers for COPD, one includes a cortisteriod, but take no other medication. My HR has always been in the faster but normal range. The info you gave that concerns me most regards the early R wave. If this... (6 replies)

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