I have had pvcs pac's forever. Recently on my EKG it showed incomplete right bundle branch block. I've never had this b4 on EKG. I had a stress echo done which was normal and still showed the irrb. He said I'm fine but I'm worried anyone else with this issue.
A bundle branch block is a condition in which there is a delay along the pathway that electrical impulses travel to make the heart beat. The delay may occur on the pathway that sends electrical impulses to the left or the right side of your heart. They can occur due to an underlying heart disease like myocardial infarction. As the stress testing did not detect any abnormality, you need not worry. Also the partial RBBB (right bundle branch block) may not cause significant symptoms.
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