Thanks for taking my question. I am a 59 yr old female.
Please explain "Abnormal ECG" results: Sinus Bradycardia, Nonspecific T Wave Abnormality
Was diagnosed with Mitral Valve Prolapse in 1990. Do not take any cardiac meds.
The heart rate is slower than 60 beats per minute and in a normal rhythm (sinus bradycardia)
abnormal T waves refers to changes in your T waves on the EKG. This is a very non specific finding. Depending on the clinical circumstance I would consider ordering tests appropriate to the reason the EKG was ordered -- like a stress test if there was any recent chest pain.
You should see your doctor to discuss any symptoms you be having.
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