I've been having lots of dizziness,tightnessin my chest,palpations,and short of breath.and they did all these test it will take a while before i get to my doctor so i would like to know how to understand my results. i understand it's not the same as seeing me as a person to person patient but what ever you can tell me will be very greatly appreciated.. ( Holter moniter Results)
pauses 1084 (greater than 2.5 sec)
(longest pause 6.85 sec @ 6:28 am
and my maximum heart rate was 161 @2:16 pm
the minimum heat rate was 24 @ 9:26 pm
main heart rate was 78
vertricular total: 7911
beats: longest run 26 @ 2:42 am rate 73
fastest run 3 @7:17 pm rate 194
supraventricular total 2048
longest run :35@9:44 pm rate 84
fastest run 3 @ 10;59 am rate 209
depression: -3.62 mm
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