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... or less for chamber size... Critical geometrics resulting from the interaction of wall thickness and chamber dilation to appear on the EKG output is necessary for LVH. ... (9 replies)
... mj, I tried to make sense out of it all, but I'd need WEEKS to learn to read an EKG well; sorry. If it's of any help, for precordial leads, an S wave in V1 exceeding 24 mm, an R wave in V5 or V6 exceeding 26 mm, or a sum of R wave in V5 or V6 and S wave in V2 of more than 35 mm are generally considered sufficient for diagnosis of left ventricular hypertrophy. I am going... (9 replies)
... Anyway, I had an EKG done this morning. The nurse practioner who took it says it didn't look like anything was wrong, but i took it into my own hands. ... (9 replies)

... Why would these doctors ignore a possible borderline hypertrophy? ... (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)
... a blocker, my tachycardia was pretty much in spurts. I never paid any attention to my heart until my doctor made me see a cardiologist because of a "borderline" EKG and he told me my heart rate was fast. That is when he put me on the atenolol and tried to kill me. ... (6 replies)
... Terms of interest: Polarization means charging (electrons) to maximum before contraction and depolarizion is state deplete of electrons. The first wave (P)on the graph is the atrium, QRS are for ventricles, and QT is the time required for completion of polarization and repolarization. PR wave interval is normally 120 to 200 msec. Outside that range could indicate a... (2 replies)
... my ecg reads qrs 104ms qt/qtcb 396 / 371ms pr 164ms p 114 rr/pp 1128 / 1130ms p/qrs/t 65/ 2/ 24 degrees to be honest with you i would'nt have a clue what it meens but i do no that it is a normal reading for me.even though ive had 2 heart attacks and a by-pass operation .but i do know that in the uk if you've had a ecg done before and you do go into hospital with pains they... (2 replies)
... If there is a medical problem, it appears it would be borderline hypertension. ... (4 replies)
... I posted my EKG results a few days ago, but I wanted to be a little more specific. ... (2 replies)
... Wanted to post alittle more about my results on my first EKG. PR: 150 Msec Sinus rhythm QT/QTc: 406/413 msec P:QRS-1:1; NOrmal P axis, H rate 64 QRSD: 98 msec -horizontal axis for age P axis: 28 QRS Axis: -5 BORDERLINE T Axis:-1 (7 replies)
... I had an EKG in the Doctors office an here are my results, he has ordered a stress test because of my strong family history of CAD. ... (7 replies)
... Borderline normal" is an obscure expression because there are many aspects to the heart's function as well as what the EKG is measuring. It could relate to the heart rate at rest. ... (6 replies)
... Thanks again for your input! One last thing, would a variant, such as what I described be a common showing in EKG results, especially when the print out says "could be normal variant... ... (6 replies)
... doctor didn't make too much of it, although he thought I should see a cardio because of high blood pressure. But he didn't say anything about the results of the EKG being problematic and as a reason to go. I was just suprised when I read the EKG and it said that. ... (6 replies)
... Hi Jack, For perspective with the EKG, there is the first wave (P) and it records activity in the upper heart chambers. Then there is the largest wave (QRS) and this records the activity in the ventricles. Each QRS wave is one beat of the heart. The T wave records the heart's return to resting state and relaxation between beats. Worst case scenario if the heart... (6 replies)
... I went to the doctor. I usually get nervous at the doctor. They performed an EKG. The problem was, the assistant was having all kinds of problems putting the 'stickies' on my chest (I have quite alot of hair on my chest). And for awhile they couldn't get a reading. The stickies kept coming off. Then somebody else had to help the assistant and was trying to hold down the... (6 replies)
... I couldn't find any info on what borderline means, but I did find this.... ... (1 replies)
... Hi Susie, Why did you originally visit the doctor? Without seeing the EKG, I'd not be overly concerned about this but you definitely need to see a cardiologist to rule out any more ominous problems. As per what the last person told you to do...if you have a possible heart attack, the proper amount of aspirin to take is two kids' chewables, or crush a regular adult pill. (3 replies)
... Do I need to be alarmed by these results of a EKG test? ... (3 replies)




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