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Forum Name: Cardiology Diagnostics
|Anonymous - Sat Dec 28, 2002 7:12 am||
i wanted to know as to how to determine the axis of 'T' wave in ECG with the relation to that of axis of QRS complex
|Dr. Yasser Mokhtar - Sun Feb 09, 2003 10:47 pm||
Normally, "T" wave axis should always follow that of the QRS complex i.e. be upright in all leads except leads aVR which is always inverted (inverted QRS) and lead V1 which might be biphasic or even inverted.
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