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Nonspecific ST abnormality

I recently had an ECG performed in preparation for a right kidney stone lithotripsy procedure and the findings were:
Ventricular Rae 67 BPM
Atrial Rate 67 BPM
P-R Interval 150 ms
QRS Duration 84 ms
Q-T Inerval 382 ms
QTC Calculation (bezet) 403 ms
Calculated P Axis 55 degrees
Calculated R Axis 38 degrees
Calculated T Axis 30 degrees
Normal sinus rhythm
Nonspecific ST abnormality
Abnormal ECG

The results were not discussed with me nor was I counselled to request additional testing for the abnormality.  Can you tell me what the results indicate and should I be concerned and pursue additional testing?  Thank you.

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