Hello, I have aquestion about a abnormal EKG, is there a way to post a picture of the test so I could get a better understanding,possible causes(considering my other health problems) and what follow up tests should be done. Thank You
You should have a computerized output that has analyzed the EKG tracings. Posting an image of the EKG tracings would be very difficult to anaylze and there are radiologists that specialize in reading an EKG output...at least prior to the computer evaluation!
If you have a copy of the EKG results you can post the information to this thread, and an explanation can be opined. An EKG procedure requires supporting evidence of other tests with symptoms and signs that you are experiencing so any other information would be helpful as well.
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