ECG-interpret the reading please?
Had an ECG today and doctor didn't discuss results. I hope it's nothing serious. Sinus rhythm with 1st degree AV block. Poor R wave progression-probable normal
wave changes are non-specific.
79 Yrs; 9-2016. Echocardiogram. PATENT FORAMEN OVALE. 10/1/2016 PFO present. No concern re hole. if I suffered from mini-strokes, need to close it so clots wouldn't go to the brain.
MILD MITRAL VALVE ANNULAR CALCIFICATION. TRACE MITRAL VALVE REGURGITATION. MILDLY SCLEROTIC. PHYSIOLOGIC TRICUSPID VALVE REGURGITATION. TRACE OF PULMONIC VALVE REGURGITATION.
8/31/2016 Unconfirmed interpretation: sinus rhythm, first degree AV block (limited) horizontal axis, low QRS voltage in precordial leads.
- formerly_bobLv 78 months agoFavourite answer
These findings alone are not enough to draw any conclusions. Their significance depends on you age, physical condition, medications you might be taking, and medical history. Depending on these factors, the results could mean anything from being reversible symptoms of excessive exercise, a minor heart arrhythmia that will persist and maybe even advance until treated, or symptoms of some type of previous heart damage.
Its weird the doc didn't say anything about the results. Its definitely not a serious finding, but it woudl be nice to know if it presents any risks and what to expect in the future.
- 8 months ago
it's fine you're fine