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... whomever can help me. It's a Saturday before New Years, so I doubt I'll be getting answers from my Drs office until next week. I'm a runner, so this change in my EKG and being put on a beta blocker has been quite the change, and has given me a lot of anxiety. ... (0 replies)
... when I started getting panic attacks and developed costochondritis, both things that pushed me into going to a cardiologist again. Apparently I have an abnormal baseline EKG, but echocardiogram and stress tests were both normal, so they told me everything looked good and I didn't have to follow up with them again. ... (0 replies)
... Condition cannot be made from EKG alone. Additional clinical, radiological, or pathological information is required. ... (4 replies)

... Here is the baseline EKG... ... (4 replies)
... When you go and get an EKG and it has the summary portion that could say anywhere from whatever problem a heart may be having to normal ekg. ... (1 replies)
... Is this good, or bad? Should I be concerned? My doctor wasn't concerned then again some Dr's arent when they should be. I have had several EKG's since then along with another stress test with an echocardiagram and all came back normal. I have seen the EKG reports that said normal EKG and the nurse read the echocardiagram/stress test results to me and it was all good. (4 replies)
... No ischemic EKG changes. ... (4 replies)
... It's normal proceedure to be given a Stress Test following a positive EKG result to rule out any cardiac problems. ... (1 replies)
... Hello. My husband had an EKG test that indicated a "baseline abnormality". What is that? ... (1 replies)
Jun 15, 2011
... Can someone please tell me what it means when the baseline resting EKG shows ST segment depression and with exercise, additional ST segment depression showing. Is this ischemia? ... (0 replies)
... Abnormal t-waves on the ECG are a non-specific finding and can be caused by many different conditions and can even be seen in people with normal hearts. The cause can be do to electrolyte imbalance...reason for blood test. Technically it is repolariztion of heart cells of the atria, meaning the signal has returned to the baseline (discharged). Other signs and tests are... (2 replies)
... his physical exam of me, the baseline EKG, and the Echo to indicate any cardiac issue......told me to go have a healthy happy pregnancy and enjoy my new baby! ... (7 replies)
... I would go for a checkup and report what you have told here. A baseline EKG would not hurt. It could be anxiety or stress but it is always better to be safe than sorry. BP can fluctuate according to stress, activity, etc. ... (1 replies)
... If there is a medical problem, it appears it would be borderline hypertension. Fatigue and shortness of breath are not supported by ischemia (deficit supply of blood to the heart...usually the result of blocked or partially blocked coronary arteries). Intolerance for exercise may be the reason for SOB and fatigue based on age and physical condition. The report doesn't... (4 replies)
... No ischemic EKG changes. ... (3 replies)
Just wondering?
Mar 17, 2005
... I recently had a stress test. Time is component that is combined with exertion calibrated in METS. One METS is sitting without symptoms. METS are increased by inclining the track. The results of my stress test and EKG interpretation: Baseline EKG reveals normal sinus rhythm at 61 beats per minute with left axis deviation and no-specific inferior T-wave change. The... (24 replies)
... Baseline EKG showed moderate sinus arrhythmia. ... (1 replies)
... a 24 hour holter monitor. The results were "ok" although he put her on a beta blocker. I didn't feel comfortable about his diagnosis especially since no 12 lead EKG was done and the physician that read it was an internal medicine doctor, not even cardiologist. So I call the EP the next morning. ... (1 replies)
... Initial EKG showed sinus tachycardia with nonspecific ST-segment changes. A repeat EKG this morning now shows significant T-wave inversions in leads V1 through V3. There is also late R-wave progression in her initial EKG. Her initial troponin was elevated at 0.19 and is now downtrending to 0.14 with an associated CK-MB of 5.5. An echocardiogram today shows borderline LV... (0 replies)
... and my O2 levels are always in the 90s, even when sick. He also ordered some tests to get a baseline for any cardiac issues in the future. ... (0 replies)

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