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It's a normal ECG with sinus tachycardi Low voltage complexes are seen - to look for obesity, emphysema as a cause of low voltage Lead III shows flat line, because of low voltage complexes and axis of lead III is exactly matching with ventricular depolarisation axis

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It's a normal ECG with sinus tachycardi Low voltage complexes are seen - to look for obesity, emphysema as a cause of low voltage Lead III shows flat line, because of low voltage complexes and axis of lead III is exactly matching with ventricular depolarisation axis

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NSR Low voltage complex. T inverted in lateral leads. Adv Echo CD to rule out RWMA in inferior and anteroseptal territory. Further CAG.

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ECG STUDY.. NSR .. SINUS TACHYCARDIA.. NEED'S.. FURTHER EVALUATION..AND.. SYMPTOMATIC T/T..

Tnx Dr Vipin Bihari Jain sir
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Obviously NSR Sinus tachycardia give symptomatic treatment

Thanks Dr. Sandeep Ghodeker , Dr. Kute Ankush
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S.Tachy T wave inversion in v1 to v3 with Downup T wave Prolonged Qtc 499ms Check S.K, S.Mg level

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Sinus tachycardia Definitely t wave inverted in v1 to v3 Flat lead 3 2 decho tropi & t

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Low voltage QRS oterwise normal

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It can be if there are clinical signs of heart failure...ECG can neither confirm nor exclude it..x ray if shows cardiomegaly..confirm on echo.

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Sinus tachycardia other wise ECG is normal

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flatning of ll lll avf v5 v6

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