Peripheral Vascular Angioplasty & Stenting

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ECG report study

My husband got ECG done,and doc gave 1 week medicines and after that he would go for TMT test.I want to know that how I can read ECG graph as doc did not explain anything regarding report.

Slight pain in the left parts of body

There is a slight pain in the left temple area of head and pain in left jaw(Suddenly at night or any time ) and slight pain in left side of chest. What problem it can be ? I am really worried


Final interpretation- 1) Baseline rhythm is sinus. 2) Maximum HR of 148 bpm & minimum HR of 52 bpm (Avg. HR of 73 bpm) 3) No significant episodes of sinus pauses/bradycardia/AV blocks. 4) No episodes of tachyarrhythmia (AF/PSVT/VT) 5) No Supraventricular ectopics. 6) Frequent VPCs. 7) No significant ST-T changes as compared to baseline tracings. (Please could you explain the final outcome of this test result)

Pain on the left side of the chest

Im having chest and back pain on my left side but my ecg is normal ehat does it means

Palpitation & suffocation

A 40 yrs old man suffering from acute attack of palpitation since 1yrs. His ECG and Blood report below. thank you. advice me.

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