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Posted by Dave
on September 04, 2000 at 16:52:34:
In Reply to: ekg results posted by Jared Holman on August 13, 2000 at 14:01:17:
: I have had three ekg's within the last month and a half for an air force flight physical. Each time the results have come out different. The first time I had an abnormal qrs rythm. The second time the ekg showed I had tachycardia. The third time the ekg showed that I had arrythmia. I know I have a healthy heart because I am very active in the outdoors and I do intense aerobic workouts without exhibiting any heart problem symptons at any time. However, these results are very frustrating and I am sure they are making the air force very nervous. Could some one explain to me what is going on? My guess is that it is operator error or perhaps I am doing something during the test to set the sensitive machine off. Any comments would be appreciated.
Hi - Be careful. I have been healthy all my life (44 now) and I just 3 weeks ago dropped dead in at the end of Tae Kwon Do workout. It came without warning. I fly for a living and that is now over for a long time at least. They can't find a thing wrong with me physically. Follow up on this and don't assume that your fitness level will protect you. It didn't help me and I am alive onlt due to the miracle of modren CPR.
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