hi...27 years old..recently i have done ECG for my new job. On my ECG report Cardiologist comment "within normal limit" but ECG machine report these
1. SINUS RHYTHM
2. Rate 82
3. PR 120
also show some findings
1 Nonspecific Intraventricular condition
2. Probable Left Ventricular Hypertrophy
Though my report say within normal limit i am worried that these machine findings would cause any problem in my new job?can u please tell me what problem i have?
Left ventricular hypertrophy (an enlarged heart muscle as part of a disease) is very uncommon in young men. It's often seen in people with a sustained high blood pressure. Almost all young men have this EKG finding, and it's usually a false reading.
Regarding your "nonspecific intraventricular conduction delay" this is usually a normal variant.
Again, trust your cardiologist. As long as he told you that your EKG is normal, you will not have problems in your new job.
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