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right ventricular conduction delay!
marclive posted:
I just had an ekg done in the er on thursday and its aid i had a right vent conduction delay...on friday i felt that my breathing was a bit short...and i has getting the club..the doctors released me with non cardiac chest pain..but this was a whole new echo last month ins ept came back clean ..and so was my nuclears stress..can this be causing breathing symptoms and is this a problem..thanks!
CardiostarUSA1 responded:
Hi: Since your most recent echocardiogram and nuclear stress test results "came back clean", then the finding of right ventricular conduction delay (RVCD) is likely benign, though continuing and/or new symptom(s) can sure make one feel otherwise, which warrants further investigation, until you are 100% completely satisfied/confident with the diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis. C☆ - - b ☒Patient resources ☞Learn about the heart's delicate and precise electrical conduction system HeartSite b Heart Electrical Activity CDH SEE: Illustration of a basic normal ECG/EKG tracing b How does THE PHYSICIAN know what an EKG means? Almost everyone knows what a basic EKG tracing looks like. But what does it mean? The first little upward notch of the EKG tracing is called the...... Your Doctor com b Animated Tutorial Heart Rhythm Society b Patient and Public Information Center - i Quote "Be a questioning patient. Talk to your doctor and ask questions. Studies show that patients who ask the most questions, and are most assertive, get the best results. Be vigilant and speak up!" - Charles Inlander, People's Medical Society . It's your there. :-) . . b ☛WebMD/WebMD message boards does not provide medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.

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