Originally posted by NMc: |
I agree the left lateral leads would detect LVH, but I've seen EKGs that the met the voltage criteria in a perfectly healthy heart. The reason offered was that the individual was a thin male - although I seem to recall there was also some right axis deviation. Without knowing what else the previous poster's EKG recorded, am only offering all possible explanations for his LVH.
How's London these days? Affected by the power outage?
Really? Right Axis deviation? That sounds very strange NMc. I agree, though, it's good to add every possible explanation...I was just confused at yours.
Anyway...yeah...London is good, but we did suffer from the blackout. I was lucky...I only lost my power for a little under 12 hours....there are a few areas in London that are still suffering.