What Is The Meaning Of ECG Results There Is ST Elevation, Irregular Heart Rhythm And T Is Inverted?
Good evening, I want to ask I have recorded 2x heartbeats and the result is ST ELEVATION, irregular heart rhythm and T inverted. Is it true that such a result might be a risk of heart attack or what? And if that’s the case, the cause is approximately * while I am still 20 years old, Thank you.
EKG is a supporting examination that can help diagnose various abnormalities in the heart. ST elevation and T inverted on ECG do not always indicate heart disease.
Do you have risk factors for coronary heart disease such as obesity, family history, smoking, diabetes, or high cholesterol levels? Do you have certain symptoms?
Some conditions that can cause ST elevation on ECG:
normal variant Early repolarization Printz metal angina Electrolyte disorders of the lining of the heart If you are asymptomatic, then your ECG may be a normal variation. Especially in women, T-inverted or little ST elevation is still reasonable and this is called a normal variant. This is not dangerous and does not require further therapy.
But of course, to determine the exact cause of your condition, it is recommended that you consult yourself directly to the heart specialist, so your doctor can examine your condition further. maybe additional tests will be done later such as blood tests, treadmill test, or echocardiogram if needed.
The following article you can read about heart disease
may be useful. thank you