Hello, I am Kitt and I am an RN CCRN. I have 26 years experience in ICCU/Emergency Department but remember I am not a cardiologist.
"anterior ST segment and T wave changes, raising the possibility of myocardial ischemia."
Ischemia can also be described as an inadequate flow of blood to a part of the body, caused by constriction or blockage of the blood vessels supplying it. Ischemia of heart muscle means you may have a narrowing of a blood vessel and depending on your cardiologist, there are many different treatments for this condition.
Please do not be overly concerned but take it as a good sign that they did not hospitalize you so they must feel it is not a major change in your EKG but bares investigating further.
I support you and pray for a positive outcome.