Re: EKG Question - Abnormally high P wave - KenKeith
Thank you for your comments, KenKeith. I've followed your posts with much interest since joining this board a few days ago. I did read up... a tall P wave could represent right atrial enlargement or of pulminary natrure such as long disease, pulmonary embolus or pulmonary hypertension as well as COPD.
This is the only information I have. My doctor has ordered an echocardiograph and a calcium test. Female 50, ex smoker, good lipid profile...brother died suddenly of massive heart attack age 52 a couple of months ago. I just wish I knew more. The shortness of breath is bugging me more than anything, and of course has become worse since reading too much. (Yikes) Again, thanks so much.