I had a echocardiogram because i was afraid i had endocarditis from a dental abscess and it was normal but i am stuck with some values:
RVOT Flow PV Flow
pV 108.6cm/sec S: 79cm/s D: 56.5cm/s S/D: 1.4 PVA: 19.2cm/s at 99bpm
Acc Time 128msec (there problem here is that i had 107bpm heart rate and if i do 75/107 * 128 = 90msec)
Doctor said i dont need follow up.
Went to second doctor for a second echocardiogram worried about pulmonary hypertension
TR regurgitation with an estimaed RVSP of 13.4mmHg
RA Pressure 5mmHg
TR Max PG 8.42mmHg
I'm going to be SUPER brief with this one. Based on the information you provided, you do NOT have pulmonary hypertension. Please also note that echocardiography can not definitively diagnose or exclude PH...this requires an invasive heart cath. Having said this, again, based on what you provide, you do NOT have to worry about PH.
Take a deep breath and feel good that you seem healthy (but please stop smoking!!!).
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