I had a right heart cath to rule out PH, because it was on my last 2 echos. I got the actual report and thought the "recommendation" was a mistake, because I do not have PH, thankfully. Then as I read over it again I thought maybe it wasn't due to the "summary" and "hemodynamics" remark (they are the same):
"Hemodynamic assessment demonstrates borderline high cardiac output and normal pulmonary capillary wedge pressure."
The recommendation, "Patient management should include aggressive medical therapy."
I have a page + of numbers, but didn't know which ones to put here. I think I remember the pulmonologist pointing to "pulmonary flow" @ 6.43
Is borderline high cardiac output something that needs treatment? (I will be taking the report to my cardio next month, my reg. 6 mos check up).
I have Lyme, IST, NCS, mild mvp, mr, and tr. Raynaud's, colitis, well a host of other things due to the Lyme. I am 50, 117lbs. @ 5'5".
Thanks for your help,