ECG last week - I am a 60 year old 275 pound 6'0" Vietnam vet with Hep C and Cirrhosis and Diabetes Mellitus. Numbers are Vent. rate 49bpm;PR
interval 156 ms;QRS duration 104ms;QT/QTC 460/415ms;P-R-T axes 53 45 9. An Agent Orange presumed service connection exists for ischemic heart disease. Do these numbers support that diagnosis or eliminate it? Attached is a copy of the ECG. I have shortness of breath and dizziness and I can't stay awake for more than a few hours and am constantly fatigued. Alpha-1-Fetoprotein is 2.5 times the top number of the reference range and LDL cholestorol is 22 and reference range says below 40 is high risk for heart disease. Low platelets also. Any imparted knowledge will get you and hug and a place among the saints.