Sinus Tachycardia with a rough HR of 100/min The above mentioned complaints can be due to Anxiety alone.... School stress and other related problems shd be ruled out
As u mentioned, it’s anxiety c sinus tachycardia, Counselling & Psychaitric Rx to be done.
Sinus tachycardia hr 110/mt.its sinus rhythm. No arrhythmia is seen
I will be suggested that to take history about psychiatric symptoms. Theses are multiple somatic experiencing due to unusual general medical conditions. That is clear finding about to suffer from stress with mental situations. So,to support him with counsellor and nutritional supplements,Long acting Benzodiazipne,properly evaluation about psychological association with him cognitive conditions.
ECG shows sinus tachycardia
Ecg is WNL,NSR and rate normal
Normal for his age
I am agree with@Dr. Madhukar Deshpande Sir.
ANXIETY ? ECG WNL
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