The child is hospitalized with chronic gastritis, vomiting and stomachache. At present, the symptoms of gastritis are alleviated, but the ST segment of ECG is moderately elevated, and the color Doppler ultrasound and myocardial enzymes are normal. If you want to ask what further examination is needed to determine the cause of this situation, the child has no discomfort at present
Hello, according to what you said, if the S segment of ECG increases in a 9-year-old child, in this case, it may be myocardial ischemia. If this happens, you need to take your child to the regular hospital where you are located for regular review. You should pay more attention to rest and proper exercise. If you have chest tightness and chest pain, you can carry out 24-hour ambulatory ECG and echocardiography in the hospital.
This is mainly to see whether there are symptoms of chest tightness and palpitation. It is necessary to pay attention to whether there is unconsciousness, whether there is abdominal pain epilepsy, whether there is the possibility of acute gastroenteritis, and pay attention to the combination of blood routine examination. Dynamic reexamination of ECG.
According to your description, if the child's ECG is moderately elevated on lead V6, leads V1 ~ V5 are not significantly elevated, and the cardiac color Doppler ultrasound and myocardial enzyme spectrum are normal, there should be no major problem. It may be just early repolarization. If there are no symptoms, there is no need for further examination. After the child's current symptoms are completely cured, Come back to the hospital in about a month to recheck the child's ECG.