My mother had a physical examination two days ago and everything else was normal, but the ECG showed abnormalities, saying that she has incomplete right bundle branch block, right heart electrical axis deflection, and sometimes she has chest tightness, is this serious?
Hello, the ECG shows incomplete right bundle branch block and right deviation of the electrical axis, most of them suggest pulmonary diseases, such as bronchial asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, chronic bronchitis, etc. It is recommended to further investigate the cardiac ultrasound with the past medical history to see if there is right heart enlargement and pulmonary hypertension, if the ultrasound is normal, the simple ECG shows incomplete right bundle branch block and right deviation of the electrical axis, there is no obviousIf the ultrasound is normal, a simple ECG showing incomplete right bundle branch block and rightward deviation of the electrocardiographic axis is not clinically significant and should not be treated.
According to your description of this situation, if there is incomplete right bundle branch conduction block, this is no problem, this chest tightness may have a certain relationship with arrhythmia, but overall, consider the relationship with emotions is greater, their usual relaxed mood, do not be too nervous, bundle branch conduction block on the right will not affect the
Hello, according to you, incomplete right bundle branch block is mostly seen in normal people, but it can also be seen in patients with organic diseases, such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and patients with pulmonary heart disease, or certain congenital heart diseases, such as atrial septal defect.However, these patients tend to have recurrent prolonged cough and shortness of breath, and require symptomatic treatment on a case-by-case basis