Hi sunny ,
Earlier today I had an ECG done at the cheapest clinic I could find. The Dr. said it was normal, but when I got home I realised that he had it set for a man (I'm female) and hadn't filled out any of the other information.
This is exactly what the results said:
811: Sinus Bradycardia
121: Counterclockwise Rotation
What concerns me is those stars and whether or not that's normal for a female ?
Some other info that may be useful:
I'm a 36 year old female. I weigh 208 and am five nine. I don't smoke or drink.
In another column the ecg said:
HR: 55 BPM
P Dur : 108ms
PR int: 167ms
QRS Dur:97 ms
QT/QTC int:397/382 ms
P/QRS/T axis:64/37/54 (swedish o or degrees symbol)
RV5/SV1 amp : 1.974/0.370 mV
RV5 SV1 amp : 2.344 mV
RV6/5V2 amp : 1.990/0.362 mV
I haven't a clue what any of this means, but hopefully someone can tell me if, in fact, my ECG is normal and I need not worry.