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I am suffering from super ventricular techycardia problem last 10 years.i had got rfa surgry 2019 but surgery is didn't successful it is arise again 2020. This time i did ecg and ecg report says superventricular techycardia St abnormalitity subendocardial injury * acute mi*.it is dengerous .till now i used dlizem 60 nd concor 2.5 .plz reply my heart is damage and it is dengerous.which treatment is my issue properly solve ..
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Share ur ecgs and old precedure details. Will guide you. Continue medications. If you are experiencing recurrent SVT, u can undergo another RFA procedure LOT of advances available in imaging and abating the substrate
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Hi, can you please share the ECG? Was the ECG taken when you had palpitations tachycardia? If yes then please don't go by the automated machine report. Machines have algorithm based reports which even though are good and give us a fair idea about the condition have their limitations. There are certain changes in the wave forms which may occur during very fast heart rates which can be interpreted differently by the machine which may or may not be correct. You need to consult a cardiologist in person with the report. SVT per se is not a life threatening disease. But if it happens repeatedly and very often then over a period it can cause weakening of heart muscle called Tachycardiomyopathy. You seem to be on proper treatment and follow up for your condition. Please visit your cardiac electrophysiologist again
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Don't go by the readings written in the ECG. Kindly share the ECG so that a proper opinion can be given. Looks more likely like am episode of SVT.
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Need a proper consultation
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Hi this is repeated asked question. SVT are usually get ablated completely in most of the time. If u have any congenital abnormalities in heart may it recurring repeatedly. Actually to give some conclusion need echo n Ep reports
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Review with reports
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