The patient, a 73 year old male, went to see a doctor for ECG because his left chest felt bloated.
Hello, we have received your ECG examination report here, and the result is still slightly abnormal. It is suggested that you'd better do a further cardiogram to comprehensively check the current situation. The reversal of sinus heart rate does not rule out the situation that will cause right chest pain and chest tightness. It is suggested that you'd better conduct a comprehensive screening first before you can judge it later
The ECG examination is OK, mainly sinus rhythm and counterclockwise transposition. It is necessary to pay attention to whether there is a history of coronary heart disease, chest tightness, palpitation, shortness of breath, history of chronic diseases and other uncomfortable symptoms.
Hello, my friend, according to your ECG, it is not very clear, but generally speaking, it still belongs to sinus heart rate. There is no problem. I don't know how long the clinical time has been for this symptom of chest tightness. You can further check whether there are basic diseases, such as hypertension and coronary heart disease. We should actively check and treat according to the primary disease.