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The lecture Mean Electrical Axis and Determining Axis on ECG – Electrocardiogram by Thad Wilson, PhD is from the course Cardiac Physiology.
What would the mean electrical axis be if aVR is the most biphasic, and standard limb lead III is the most positive?
What is the normal range for the mean electrical axis?
What is the mean electrical axis if standard limb lead I is biphasic, and aVF is the most positive?
Which frontal plane lead would have the greatest (tallest) rwave if the mean electrical axis is 60°?
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complicated, i studied it much easier in different location than here
Helps to understand the basics of ECG. More videos on abnormal ECG would be of great use.
As general principles this can be ok.It is missing examples of ECG tracing on real ECG papers to recognize the normal mean axis in practical way.Would you please do a lecture showing the normal axis and axis deviation in hypertrophy and ischemia