.. I am 24 years old male nBefore I saw the results (diagnosis) record my heart rate ecg n815: Extreme tachycarida n611: Flat T (11) n316: Left atrial enlargement nAnd this is my first time doing heart rate test please explain
Hello, good night Andi.
Tachycardia is a condition where the heart rate increases above normal values, where the normal adult heart rate is between 60-100 beats per minute at rest. Meanwhile, left atrial enlargement means the enlargement of one of the chambers of the heart, namely the left atrium. These conditions include heart defects that can interfere with the heart's pump or function.
Tachycardia can be caused by several conditions, namely:
high blood pressure disease heart disease, which can be in the form of impaired heart function, heart rhythm disturbances, and so on, acute stress has just finished doing heavy physical activity, for example walking long distances, running, etc. Consuming too many caffeinated drinks smoking anemia (lack of blood cells red)
We cannot further conclude what condition you have without doing further examination directly. We recommend that you consult and check directly with a cardiologist. The doctor will ask questions about your condition, your previous medical history, perform a physical examination, and if needed, the doctor will recommend additional examinations, such as a repeat EKG, chest X-ray, heart ultrasound examination (Echocardiography), treadmill test, etc. While waiting for the doctor's appointment, what you can do, among others: avoid stress, avoid smoking and alcohol, avoid excessive caffeine consumption, and consume nutritious foods.
Hope this helps ..
Greetings, dr. Denisa