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... wave progression, nonspecific ST and T wave abnormalities. ... (5 replies)
... wave progression is commonly seen with left atrial hypertrophy shown by a prolonged atrial depolariztion. Depends on the axis deviation and which leads. ... (6 replies)
... The doctor should know your medical history, medications, etc. The results should put in the this context as well as what leads (electrodes) to distinquish various angles and rotation on an axis. Non-specific ST-T could indicate a bundle branch block on leads VI-V3. Do you have an arrhythmia problem? Sometimes used as a prognostication or risk of mortality due to MI... (6 replies)

... I can't say I know anything about poor 'r' wave progression, so I can't help you there. ... (11 replies)
... R a couple of weeks ago for severe abdominal pain. They did a number of tests for the stomach, and, of course did an ECG for the heart. They did not mention any abnormal results or anything about the ECG. ... (6 replies)
... 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 "borderline ECG". They didn't explain to me what that meant though and what my next steps should be. ... (2 replies)
... Poor R wave progression is a finding on an EKG that can reflect either an artifact of the way that the EKG leads are placed or reflect a previous heart attack. ... (11 replies)
... I am a 29 year old female who had lost 63 pounds in the last year. I exercise once a week now. I have had high cholesterhol in the past when I was heavier. For a few years I have had chest pain that comes and goes. The past 3 months I have other "heart attack" symptoms. My first episode was in February when I woke up with chest pain. I was very tired, neck pain. ... (11 replies)
... or 5 minutes 23 seconds. She developed flushing and shortness of breath during the infusion. Initial electrocardiogram demonstratrated sinus brachycardia, poor R wave progression, intraventricular conduction delay. During the infusion, significant ST segment depression did not develop. ... (1 replies)

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