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... I had an EKG done yesterday. I requested a copy from my doctor. On the EKG report there are several things listed. Any help interpreting this would be great. ... (1 replies)
EKG Results
Sep 6, 2007
... Jacal, an EKG is a very imprecise technology for any diagnosis and the results are helpful only as support with other clinical evidence, signs and symptoms. ... (1 replies)
... Hello all, I am a 45 year old woman and have had benign PVCs since early adulthood. Many EKGs/holters over the years but nobody was ever the slightest bit worried. Last year I had a routine EKG that showed a prolonged QTc (489) My doctor sent me to a electrophysiologist who got a reading of 461 and said not to worry. My most recent EKG (last week) had a QTc of 469. I am... (0 replies)

... op they did an EKG and said it was a little concern. I'm a 55 year old female. ... (0 replies)
... Just had a VA mandated EKG less than 30 days ago and got no feedback so assume it was normal. Not sure of what to expect other than inaccurate lead placement, failure to take meds. ... (0 replies)
... ht I might have some little bit of residual flu by looking at my tongue. Should I go to a cardiologist to look into this more. Does the incomplete analysis and borderline mean there's probably nothing there? ... (1 replies)
EKG frequency
Sep 4, 2009
... high cholesterol and occasional rapid heartbeats. I had an EKG several times in the first year that I was diagnosed with hypertension. ... (1 replies)
... what does a borderline reading on an EKG mean? ... (0 replies)
... The EKG machine has basically said that your QT interval is slightly higher than normal, but still in the normal range (in other words, borderline). The QT interval represents the amount of time it takes for your heart's ventricles to contract and then repolarize, or electrically "reset" themselves for the next contraction. The information you are reading is the computer's... (2 replies)
... My EKG have numbers that according to some sources show that I have bordrline QT. ... (2 replies)
... she did do another ekg and the results were similar, but she said a bit better. . . . ... (4 replies)
... I'm concerned because I've had chest pain for the past couple of weeks and this EKG differs from ones i had even a month ago. I know Lyme can infect my heart or cause endocarditis, myocarditis, etc. ... (2 replies)
... All of them could be right. Your heart's electrical system can vary quite a bit during the day, and from day to day. There are many things that can effect your heart's electrical system, such as foods, dietary supplements, medicines, allergens, irritants, pollutants, and hormonal changes caused by your body's own circadian rhythm. (2 replies)
... I have taken maybe five EKG's. Two came out good, one came out borderline and another came out abnormal. How can you determine which is right? ... (2 replies)
... One more thing, I had a normal EKG done 2 years ago and now this one shows borderline with T wave changes, anyone have any clue what that could mean? ... (1 replies)
... An EKG result requires further evaluation. Not a reliable source for any diagnosis. ... (2 replies)
... o Heart Doc and he gave me Anxiety pills. Several days later I went to hospital cause I couldn't stop shaking and the intermittant discomfort was more often. Had EKG that was compared with a previous one from 6 months ago that came out Borderline. ... (2 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)
EKG Results
Sep 6, 2007
... Five months ago I had a rouine EKG in the physical therapy facility I attend. ... (1 replies)
... Well, my ECG last year said "Minimal voltage criteria for LVH, may be normal variant". Lately, they've all been saying "Normal ECG" I know that my V1 is 10 mm, my V5 is about 17mm, and my V6 is about 15mm. So my V1 + V5 = 27mm, which is less than 35mm, which seems to make me okay, no? (9 replies)


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