GITNUX REPORT 2024

Normal Qtc By Age Chart

The Normal Qtc By Age Chart shows the age-specific ranges for QTc interval duration, with values generally falling between 0.34 to 0.47 seconds across different age groups.

Author: Jannik Lindner

First published: 7/17/2024

The Normal Qtc By Age Chart provides reference ranges for QTc interval values based on age groups, from newborns to the elderly. The chart outlines the normal QTc range in seconds for different age categories, aiding in the assessment of cardiac health and monitoring of electrocardiogram results across various stages of life.

Chart Data

Age Normal Qtc Range
Newborn 0.36 – 0.44 seconds
1 month – 2 years 0.34 – 0.44 seconds
2 – 4 years 0.35 – 0.45 seconds
4 – 7 years 0.36 – 0.46 seconds
7 – 15 years 0.37 – 0.47 seconds
Adults 0.36 – 0.44 seconds
Elderly 0.35 – 0.44 seconds

Conclusion

The Normal Qtc Range varies by age, with specific ranges identified for different age groups from newborns to elderly individuals. It is important to consider these age-specific ranges when evaluating Qtc values in clinical settings.

FAQ

What is the normal Qtc range in newborns?

The normal Qtc range in newborns is usually between 390-450 milliseconds.

What is the normal Qtc range in infants?

The normal Qtc range in infants is typically between 390-450 milliseconds.

What is the normal Qtc range in children?

The normal Qtc range in children is generally between 360-440 milliseconds.

What is the normal Qtc range in adults?

The normal Qtc range in adults is typically between 360-440 milliseconds.

Does the normal Qtc range change with age?

Yes, the normal Qtc range can change with age, with variations seen in newborns, infants, children, and adults.