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ECG Rreport

I'm 25 man,my ecg are below
HR:54bpm;  P:108ms; PR:153ms; QRS:91ms; QT/QTc:410/391ms; P/QRS/T:55/-57/43"; RV5/SV1:.480/.691mV
what are those mean?
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11548417 tn?1506080564
I am no doctor so take below with a grain of salt:

The ECG signal has a number of marking points that are given letter symbols.
The time between those points (intervals) are measured in milliseconds.

Your heart rate (HR) is 54 beats per minute (normal)
Your P-wave is 108ms, which is normal.
Your PR interval is 153ms. (normal is 120-200ms)
Your QRS is 91ms. (normal is 60-100ms)
Your QT interval is 410ms (200-440ms)
P/QRS/T axis seems fine too
RV5/SV1 is the maximum amplitude of R wave of one selected dominant beat from lead V5 / the maximum amplitude of S wave of one selected dominant beat from lead V1. Your sum value is 1,171mV which is a bit lower than normal (1,6-3,2mV) but probably just fine.



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