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... 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)
... I cannot accurately interpret your ECG without seeing it. The numbers you provided indicate the length of certain electrical events in your heart. ... (3 replies)

... I have no idea what these figures mean can anyone enlighten me, is this a normal EKG. I am due to go for some surgery and I am hoping the pain I am having is only heartburn. ... (3 replies)
... Here are the numbers of my EKG. ... (0 replies)
... Does anyone know what any of this and these numbers mean or know a place that gives the normal ranges for these numbers? ... (5 replies)
... The letters indicate what is being evaluated, the numbers indicate the condition. Your QT number is higher!? ... (7 replies)
... I've had all the normal cardio tests including nuclear treadmill, a head MRI for TIA, echocardiogram, coratid doppler, etc. Nothing shows amiss. ... (0 replies)
ECHO and EKG?
May 6, 2005
... thank you for your response. The report I have on the Ekg says probable left ventricular hypertrophy with tall R in the inferior leads. and presence of early repolarization. ... (5 replies)
ECHO and EKG?
May 6, 2005
... d be the first test. An echo will provide values that can be used as a reference for later tests to determine stability of patient or lack thereof. An abnormal EKG requires further testing. ... (5 replies)
ECHO and EKG?
May 5, 2005
... Is it possible to have an abnormal EKG, but a normal Echo? ... (5 replies)
... I went to the ER one day ago due to severe nausea ect. after a trip to Mexico. They did an EKG and said that the results are abnormal and seem to indicate that I've had a heart attack in the past!! ... (14 replies)
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... I do understand how you feel. I exercised, ate right for the most part , active, BP was normal , HR normal passed all tests and Dr said I was fine pushed for an angiogram and found 2 blockages 99 and 98%. Hate the meds same as you, but consider yourself lucky. My stents were placed in a very bad area and now might have to undergo a third angiogram with some poss... (5 replies)
... HDL 94 had been biking 15 or more miles a day every day. Felt 2 times a pain in the center of my chest, went to Dr he did EKG said normal pulled muscle. ... (5 replies)
... Saw a primary doc who said it was probably my thyroid even though my numbers were normal. She said if it happened again that she would consider a beta blocker. ... (0 replies)
... I don't know what to do, I have normal blood pressure, though it often is low, excellent cholesterol numbers and I don't think my insurance will pay for another doctor since I have been seen by my GP and the cardiologist today. Does this sound like normal advice? ... (2 replies)
... eart. It could go to 120 bpm. Along with that my blood pressure elevates to high numbers. Stays that way for maybe an hour or two. Dr. says it's anxiety. Had EKG and ECHO. Normal Results! Can clogged arteries cause this? ... (0 replies)
... should increase EF. Should be back to normal within 6 months. ... (18 replies)
... He said he expected it to increase, and he thinks I'll be fine. He did an EKG and everything came back normal.. He said I'm not retaining water and I look great. ... (18 replies)




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