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ECG Results
Oct 16, 2008
... I also have a borderline ecg reading. At least you have insurance. I'm scared to death. If they tell me it's 100,000 to fix my heart, I'll say go ahead and add a couple more zeros. ... (9 replies)
... Vertical Axis unusual for age, Late transition. Probable early repolarization pattern. Borderline ecg. ... (1 replies)
Borderline ECG
Oct 16, 2007
... on the horizontal axis. There is an acceptable dimension range for a chamber size, and if the value is slightly outside the range, it could be classified borderline abnormal. ... (1 replies)

Borderline ECG
Oct 15, 2007
... can someone tell me what does this mean. How is this difference from normal ECG (1 replies)
... I couldn't find any info on what borderline means, but I did find this.... ... (1 replies)
... I find out today that the ECG says "borderline," with "borderline R wave progression." The Dr. never mentioned this or gave me a chance to discuss with him, since he said it was all "normal. ... (1 replies)
... Post procedure ECG demonstrated NSR and nonspecific T wave abnormality. ... (0 replies)
ECG Results
Oct 9, 2008
... Hi Guys I've just had my ECG results which showed a normal heart rate, but my Doctor says the reults are Borderline, he did try explaining the reults to me but I was a bit shocked and now that I'm home I don't really understand what he ment, he said that my heart is working harder at certain points of the day, I have been diagnosed with High B/P and have started medication 10... (9 replies)
... So, I have an appointment with the cardiologist Thursday! Hopefully I'll get some real answers then. I went to my GP today and saw the nurse practitioner. . .well that was of no real use. she told me to take an ativan if i needed it and to see the cardiologist. i guess i kind of expected that. she did do another ekg and the results were similar, but she said a bit... (4 replies)
... Sorry in advance for this being so long. Want to give you the full picture here. On July 13th, I experienced what felt like someone hitting me in the chest with a sledgehammer. This was accompanied by chest pain, shortness of breath, a feeling of faintness, dizziness, and lightheadness. Called my husband into the room and he said I was bright red. Was taken to the ER... (1 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)
... Wow... "See if "high lateral leads" are greater than 11 mv. Use conversion of mv to mm listed in prior post. I agree with Flowergirl, the probability is slim that you have LVH based on your age, history and present condition." That was originally different :) I almost flipped. Alright, so with my current ECG, I'd say its safe to go to Boston. You guys are pretty... (9 replies)
... Well, my ECG last year said "Minimal voltage criteria for LVH, may be normal variant". ... (9 replies)
... SA node located within the upper chamber (atrium) of the right side of the heart. The node produces the electrical impulses that time the contractions of the heart chambers. Bundle branch are pathways on the right side and the left side of the heart. The right side bundle branch is partially blocked (according the EKG and one's interpretation of the tracings). Sinus... (3 replies)
... Many thanks for that. I have now gotten hold of my ECG and it say's Sinus bradycardia with sinus arrhythmia Incomplete right bundle branch block Borderline ECG What does this all mean? Simple terms please as I am a little dumb. (3 replies)
... ve been battling really bad anxiety past few months and getting palptations and chest pain and other symtpoms like headache light headness and brain fog.I had an ecg and it showed a borderline slight rightward axis deviation. everything else was normal and showed no problems. ... (0 replies)
... Myocardial Perfusion Imaging Including post stress and rest injection images with ECG gating and attenuation correction using TCT. ... (3 replies)
... Hi there everybody! My family's only source of income at the moment is the paid medical studies I do for pharmaceutical companies. Unfortunately, during the last study, an ECG/EKG revealed that I have a borderline first-degree AV heart block (my PR interval is 205 ms, whereas a normal interval is 200 ms). While this condition is benign and likely the product of my working... (0 replies)
... I've been scheduled for an ECG next week but some sources have told me that this is pretty useless for diagnosing this type of condition. ... (2 replies)
... was high, made ECG comment was sinus tachycardia and sent me to do some tests Lipid profile, CBC,Urine analysis and thyriod function. ... (1 replies)


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