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Learning ECG Through Case Study- Part 1

Ten electrodes are positioned on the patient's limbs and the surface of the chest during a standard 12-lead ECG. Then, using twelve distinct angles (or "leads"), the overall magnitude of the heart's electrical potential is determined and recorded throughout time (usually ten seconds). This allows for the capturing of the overall amount and direction of the electrical depolarization of the heart at every instant of the cardiac cycle.

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MD (Med), DNB (Cardio),Interventional Cardiologist, KIMS Hospital

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Ten electrodes are positioned on the patient's limbs and the surface of the chest during a standard 12-lead ECG. Then, using twelve distinct angles (or "leads"), the overall magnitude of the heart's electrical potential is determined and recorded throughout time (usually ten seconds). This allows for the capturing of the overall amount and direction of the electrical depolarization of the heart at every instant of the cardiac cycle.