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It's always hard to have someone you love go through something like this and not be able to do anything to help so try not to blame him too much. The point I was trying to get at was the changes seen on the other EKG wouln't go away if they really meant there was a problem with the heart--if you had a normal EKG then it was lead placement and nothing more than that that showed the abnormal tracing in the other one. And you can actually place the leads in such an inappropriate way that the EKG could even look like the patient was having a heart attack then and there. A normal EKG can't be "faked." If you have one normal EKG then there's nothing wrong with your heart.