Has anyone heard of doctors saying well your heart beat is permanently superimposed ischemia due to being in a coma for over a month? I said in my head not to the doctor at my exam, what they hell does that mean I’m stuck getting these random heart pains out of no where. So I understand pyramiding and I’ve already have three conditions service connected secondary due to my sTBI. I was told I should file for this by the RO, as if I unexpectedly die due to my ischemia secondary to my coma/ sTBI it would help my family out. I kept my EKGs from my personal records and the doctors name phone number is on there from the navy and writes on the EKG old ischemia residuals of prolonged hospital stays while in a coma…. will refer to echo but never had one done since I forgot and then was honorably discharged. I’m already at 100% scheduler P and T so nothing to gain or lose except if they want to review my file and see I was approved for SSDI last year. Can someone explain to me for my family why i should maybe file this to have it on my disabilities being P and T it doesn’t matter what I die of I thought?
pic of the EKG