Pectus excavatum/restrictive pulmonary function pattern/ RBBB
17/F , height 69 inches, weight 125 lbs, c/o Fatigue, SOB, Chest tightness,suprasternal flutters/ tickly feeling upper chest, unable to take a deep breath, Pounding pulse, tachycardia to 140's when getting up from sitting or lying position. Mild Pectus excavatum. EKG- Normal sinus rhythm with RSR or QR pattern in V1 sugessitive of right ventricular conduction delay, possible left atrial enlargement. PFT- FVC (L) 3.53 (81%)/ FEV1 (L) 3.17 (84%)/ FEV1/FVC(%) 90 (103%)/ FEF 25-75% 4.95 (120%)/FEF Max 6.45 (86%)/MVV 84 (67%)/ TLC 4.09 (71%) / SVC 2.39 (55%)/ IC 1.28 (49%)/DLCOune(ml/min/mmHg) 23.28 (75%)/ Raw (cmH20/L/s) 104 (56%)/ Graw (L/s/cmH2O)1.05 (102%)/ sGaw(l/cmH2o*s) 0.42 (210%). episodes of this heart racing/pounding frequently daily with position change baseline BP 100/60/, resting Heart rate 76, resting resp rate 14. Help
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