Does anyone know where I can find what normal results are for cardiac catherizations or Hemodynamic tables? I've been looking and haven't found any.
I got my test results after asking for a year from my cardiologist, any insight in what these results mean?
When I go to the new dr next month I will ask also; but I have no clue what this all means, and want to be able to ask the right questions.
8/28/2009 Hemodynamic assessments demonstrates mild systemic hypertension and moderately elevated LVEDP.(there are no measurements just these 2 notes)
The coronary circulation is co-dominant. There was no angiographic evidence for CAD. (that's the only thing they told me previously)
Aortic Pressure (S/D/M) 120/70/90
Left Ventricle (s/edp) 120/34
There was also an ECG that accompanied it during the procedure - notes: Electronic Atrial Pacemaker; Low Voltage QRS borderline ECG when compared with ECG of 8/27/2009 electronic atrial pacemaker has replaced sinus ryhthm.
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