Would someone please help me reading my Holter Monitor results?
Ventricular Ectopy -11 Isolated all others were 0
Supraventricular ectopy: 70 Isolated - 2 couplets
1 Runs - 3 beats in runs- 3 Beats Longest at 180BPM _ 3 Beats Fastest at 180BPM.
Techinal quality of study is good to fair. Patients Baseline Rhythm is Normal Sinus. Patient had 276 beats of Tachycardia <1%. Patient had 34,393 beats of Bradycardia 37% total. Patient had 77 beats of Supreventricular Ectopy, 70 Isolated, 2 Couplets, 1 Run totalalling 3 beats BPM. Patient had 11 beats of Ventricular Ectopy. Thank you.
One important question: Did you have symptoms during the monitoring? In other words, did you have symptoms of what the reason for monitoring was?
If not, the monitoring is fairly worthless and must/should be repeated.
I'm not a doctor, but in my opinion, the monitoring can be translated with one word:
You had a normal heart rhythm with very infrequent premature beats (mostly from the upper heart chambers, but a couple of them MAY be from the lower heart chambers). We all have that, but not all of us notice them. 37% of the time, your heart rate was below 60 (probably when sleeping). Occationally, your heart rate was above 100.
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