Sorry you haven't gotten any input. Most of us (patients too) don't have the technical understanding to analyze the details. Other than the HR being a little high, doctors can cause that, nothing jumps out. I think, however, some reports carry annotation, I assume you didn't have any of that.
I never see my EKG results, but I know I have a "P-Wave" mix-up, which is a hallmark of Atrial Fibrillation, which I have a permanent case of.
If your doctor didn't raise any concerns, the numbers must be in "range". I don't know how the medical system in Israel works, but here in the US I'd call my cardiologist's office at talk with a nurse or medical assistant. I haven't done so for an EKG, but I think that would work if I did.
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