Explanation Of ECG Results?
I want to ask about the ECG results, what is the meaning of information ryhtm and large PtfV1
Hello Narizya Shakila, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Sinus Rhythm or sinus rhythm is one interpretation of ECG results regarding heart rhythm. Sinus rhythm can be interpreted as a regular heart rhythm, which also means that the heart rhythm of the person being examined does not experience interference and the rhythm is a normal heart rhythm.
PTFV-1 stands for P-wave Terminal Force in Lead V-1 is a picture of waves on the ECG where these waves have a predictive value to determine the presence or absence of abnormalities on the left side of the heart, where the abnormality that most often causes this wave picture is the enlargement of the porch left heart. The higher the PTFV-1 rate, the greater the enlargement of the left portico of the heart.
Based on the EKG results you asked about, it can be said that the heart that was recorded has a normal rhythm, but it is most likely to have an enlarged left portico of the heart.
To ensure the results of the ECG, further consultation should be done with a cardiologist about the results and to check his heart condition.
I hope this helps.