Hi dyky, Welcome to healing well forum, we are happy to have you join us here. I am sorry but, I have to agree with Hopes here. It is not the nurses place to say anything of this nature to you it is entirely up to your doctor to diagnose and explain to you any test results that have been done. Also if I am not mistaken any real Ischemic changes that are seen on an EKG should be followed up by an ECG which is more accurate at determining these.
Here is an article I have pulled up by the American Heart Association, I hope it is of some help to you. Please do keep posting, it can be of a great support to you I hope. Take care
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Hello, I am Kitt.
I agree the nurse should have mentioned to the Dr when she noted his documentation in your medical record that you may have some questions re that comment.
I am glad she did not take it upon herself to tell you this as it would surely be concerning for you.
Glad your having the follow up testing. I hope it all turns out well for you.