Croft et al corrected the electrocardiographic evidence of RVI with radio-nucleotide studies and reported that elevated ST Segments in one or more right precordial leads
showed increased sensitivity of 90% and specificity of (91%) in recognizing patients having RVI18.
Table: Electrocardiographic characteristics of patients and angiographic findings in the most common chest precordial leads
The analysis of ST-segment in lead DII and in the precordial leads
showed ST changes during the trans-anesthetic period associated with hypercapnia (Figure 2).
The remaining six leads (designated as leads V1, V2, V3, V4, V5, and V6) are the chest or precordial leads
(Wilson et al.
5R]), inferior leads (II, III, aVF), and precordial leads
It is characterized by chest pain, ST segment changes in the anterior precordial leads
on electrocardiography (ECG), and transient left ventricular dysfunction with marked apical asynergy and ballooning.
Unique to TruST is its ability to measure 8 leads and interpolate 4 precordial leads
007) enhanced occlusion-induced peak ST-segment elevation in precordial leads
In particular, in electrocardiogram (ECG) evaluation, MI was considered to be present when inversion of T waves or ST-segment depression [greater than or equal to]1 mm in more than two precordial leads
Electrocardiography showed dynamic T-wave inversions in the anterolateral precordial leads
1 mV or greater in one or more of right precordial leads
V4R to V6R is highly sensitive (90%) and specific (91%) in identifying acute right ventricular infarction.
12 s) with broad S waves in leads I, aVL, and the lateral precordial leads
and broad R or R' waves in leads aVR and V1 indicate right bundle branch block.
one individual with recurrent syncope and inducible VF showed J wave in the inferior leads; whereas his brother displayed a typical Brugada-like ECG features with ST-segment elevation in the right precordial leads
Several studies have reported changes in the activity of heart including P-wave amplitude and axis, rightward displacement of QRS axis, reduction of amplitude of QRS complex in limb and precordial leads
, sinus tachycardia, right bundle branch block (RBBB) etc.
05 mV over the right or the left precordial leads
; and 11) T-wave inversion over the right or the left precordial leads