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An abnormal EKG
An EKG can show that damage has occurred to your heart as well as problems with your heart rhythm. This 55% cannot be calculated from an EKG. For that you need a cardiac ECHO:
For evaluating your heart further, you need other tests:
To see whether you are at risk, take a look here:
Hope this helps,
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