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EKG help - els

Posted: Dec 30th, 2016 - 11:25 am

Can one EKG have all of this on the same reading?  "Normal sinus rhythm.  Anterior septal infarct.  Normal sinus rhythm.  No QRS changes.  No ST-T changes."

The doctor dictated all of his EKG readings for the last 6 months and the other transcriptionist and I are trying to get them done.  Anyway, the doctor is at the point of sounding very tired and mispeaking and repeating himself and I'm honestly not sure he's dictating all of them correctly.  He's done a couple that sound similar to this one with abnormalities and then he says the last three items, which are his normal for a normal EKG.  I've been flagging them, but I just was curious as to what others think.



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