What does borderline ecg mean
What is ECG abnormal result borderline?
Any thing other then a “normal sinus rhythm” would be considered abnormal. The only “borderline” case I can think of would be beating to fast or to slow. So it seems you are near one of these limits. Slow is around 50 BPM and fast is around 100 BPM.
What does a borderline ECG indicate?
The T waves makes this borderline. It would be up to your doctor, based on his clinical findings along with the EKG tracing to decide if this has any significance or not. If he did not mention that any additional testing of some sort is needed, then this is not concerning to him.
What does an abnormal EKG mean?
An abnormal EKG reading means the information from the electrocardiogram reading of the patient’s heart is not consistent with a normal, healthy heart. It could indicate a serious problem, or just a minor one. Your doctor will tell you more!
What Causes a Borderline ECG?
When an ECG is borderline, it means that some anomalies are present and the doctor needs to evaluate the patient to determine whether they are of significance. Patients should not panic if they have a borderline ECG result because there can be many reasons for this, and it is not necessarily dangerous.