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:::: 1. On a right-sided ECG, V1 and V2 remain on the same place. V3 to V6 are placed on the same place but mirrored on the chest. So V4 is in the middle of the right clavicle. The ECG should be marked as a ''Right-sided ECG''. V4R (V4 but right sided) is a sensitive lead for diagnosing right ventricular infarctions.
 
:::: 1. On a right-sided ECG, V1 and V2 remain on the same place. V3 to V6 are placed on the same place but mirrored on the chest. So V4 is in the middle of the right clavicle. The ECG should be marked as a ''Right-sided ECG''. V4R (V4 but right sided) is a sensitive lead for diagnosing right ventricular infarctions.
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:::: 2. Leads V7-V8-V9 can be used to diagnose a posterior infarct. After V6, leads are placed towards the back. See the chapter [[Myokardieinfarkt|Ischemia]] for other ways of diagnosing posterior infarction.
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:::: 2. Leads V7-V8-V9 can be used to diagnose a posterior infarct. After V6, leads are placed towards the back. See the chapter [[Ischemia]] for other ways of diagnosing posterior infarction.
     

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