Are these numbers normal?
Vent rate-58 bpm
PRT Axis; 9 - 7 - 12
Had a 64 slice test done, no plaque, 0 calcium score, showed no blockages. 46 age, lifetime runner. Should I be concerned about any of these numbers? Back in 2006 the PRT numbers were 30-30-29 and QT was 380/390 with a dispersion of 40ms. Should I be concerened with the changes?
You may get a response if a technician or other expert reads your post. Otherwise, I, and most of us on the Community, just take whatever our doctors tells us about the EKG results: good, bad... just high level stuff.
Did your doctor give you an overall evaluation? I assume it was normal...or as a runner, maybe better than normal. Typing, I wonder if your doctor has/had to reference history numbers to compare, if yes, then the overall evaluation would be your best answer you'll likely get.
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