All of the ECGs I have acquired are on LifePak 12 monitors using the GE Marquette 12SL algorithm. Currently, only classic limb lead reversal has produced the, "*** Suspect arm lead reversal, interpretation assumes no reversal," message. However, I still have 12 combinations of lead placements to complete.
Here are 3 ECG's acquired from a healthy male subject without any known cardiac abnormality or history (i.e. me).
|Normal ECG **Unconfirmed**; Normal Sinus Rhythm|
|Abnormal ECG **Unconfirmed**; *** Suspect arm lead reversal, interpretation assumes no reversal; Normal sinus rhythm; Right axis deviation; Nonspecific ST abnormality.|
|Abnormal ECG **Unconfirmed**; Unusual P-axis, possible ectopic atrial rhythm; Left axis deviation; ST & T wave abnormality, consider inferior ischemia|