Pathologic Q waves

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Q Waves

  • Significant if >1 box wide or if is 1/3 of entire QRS amplitude
  • Early Repolarization:
    • ST Elevation most prominent in lat precord leads (V4-6) but no reciprocal changs
    • T waves usually broad, tall (>5mm) & upright
    • Limb leads may also have ST elevation, rarely >2 mm

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