tachycardia with ECG that has changed
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|Fri, 06-12-2009 - 3:43pm|
My name is sarah, married with two children.
This is the first time I have used this board but I am really confused so hoping that someone may be able to help. I was taken to A&E two nights ago with tachycardia and left arm pain. The Dr in A&E said that my ECG had changed since last time and he was not totally happy with it. He wanted to admit me for tests and a possible abalation, though I had been told that you can abalate atrial tachycardia. I was put on the ward to see another Dr who said he thought my ECG was fine (although I had bloods and xrays taken by A&E and two nurse told me the ecg was borderline)