Patient Comments: Electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG) - Results

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Comment from: Mrs. Wilson01, 35-44 Female (Caregiver) Published: June 01

I am a healthy 23 year old male with these EKG results please help me to interpret. Ventricular rate is 51 bpm, pulse rate interval 116 milliseconds, QRS duration is milliseconds 80 milliseconds, QT/QTC 392/361 milliseconds, and P-R-T axes 21 46 38.

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Comment from: Stephi, 55-64 Female (Patient) Published: May 21

After the ECG there was a lull in the rhythm.

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Comment from: MQL, 7-12 Male (Patient) Published: November 21

As required by my 7 year old son's school, he had an ECG test and a medical clearance from his pediatrician to participate during physical education class. My son is a very active child, plays soccer, runs around like a normal kid would. When the test result was interpreted by his pediatrician he said there was something in the report that my son have to see a pediatric cardiologist for further interpretation or tests. His results were: Rhythm: SINUS QRS Axis: NORMAL PR Interval: 0.12 QRS: 0.08 QT: 0.37 Rate Atrial: 87 Ventriculars: 87 Interpretation: SINUS RHYTHM NON SPECIFIC ST T WAVE CHANGES *I dont understand this result but am worried because my son was referred to a specialist

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Comment from: mackymaci, 55-64 Male (Patient) Published: April 11

I had an EKG and it was abnormal with a right atrial enlargement and a left atrial enlargement and aright ventricular conduct on delay.

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