• 3 months ago

    Up for interpretation...

    I know we are not doctors here, but what would you think and would you be concerned with the following symptoms and test results?

    Symptoms:
    * Feeling of racing heartbeat upon sitting from lying and standing from sitting
    * Lightheadedness and dizziness upon sitting from lying and standing from sitting
    * Occasional vertigo
    * Hearing heartbeat in ears as well as odd double/skipped/hard heart beats when lying down

    Typically lower blood pressure - record from last five appointments:
    * 103/70
    * 108/67
    * 96/60
    * 105/66
    * 103/62

    Orthostatics Test Results:
    * elevation in heart rate from lying to standing

    ECG Results:
    * Low voltage QRS
    * Borderline ECG

    ECHO Results:
    * Low normal systolic function with estimated LVEF 50-55%

    ZIOxt 14 Day Heart Monitor Results:
    * Min HR of 46 bpm
    * Max HR of 174 bpm
    * Avg HR of 80 bpm
    * Isolated SVEs were rare (

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  • 3 months ago

    RE: Up for interpretation...

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