What does this interpertation mean
possible right ventricular hypertrophy ( some /all of ; prominence in V1,late transition, RAD, RAE, SSS
rapid atrial rhythm (120 deg. = <P axis = <270 deg.
Ventrical rate 70 bpm
nonspecific T wave abnormality (flat T wave or Negative T wave V4, V5, V6
You post is too technical for most of us, for me at least.
Did your doctor say anything about the EKG results? He HR looks fine, is it regular, not arrhythmic? Did you doctor say anything about the "P" wave? I see some numbers there but don't know what they mean. A missing or very weak "P" wave is often a sign of atrial fibrillation, but if you have that you ventricle rate should be irregular.
Again, I can't give any useful reaction to the numbers.
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