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t wave inversion eight hours after an myocardial infection may indicate:
on an ECG, the P waves represents:
to differentiate between left bundle branch block and anterior wall infraction, the NP considers:
what are pathologic Q waves a sign of?
Axis is determined by the position of the QRS in leads:
When reviewing an ECG, the NP notes tall peaked T waves throughout. What electrolyte imbalance would be the most likely cause of this phenomenon?
which precordial leads "look at" the left ventricle?
The ECG tech seems to be in a big hurry to get the patients ECG done. What common placement error can cause the wave pattern to look like they are not?
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