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1

In inferior infarction, ECG changes will be seen in leads _____.

II, III, aVF

2

Which coronary artery is involved in inferior infarction?

RCA

3

In anteroseptal infarction, ECG changes will be seen in leads _____.

V1-V3

4

Which coronary artery is involved in anteroseptal infarction?

LAD

5

In anterior infarction, ECG changes will be seen in leads _____.

V2-V4

6

Which coronary artery is involved in anterior infarction?

LAD

7

In lateral infarction, ECG changes will be seen in leads _____.

I, aVL, V4-V6

8

Which coronary artery is involved in lateral infarction?

LCX

9

In posterior infarction, ECG changes will be seen in leads _____.

V1-V2

10

What ECG changes will be seen in V1-V2 in posterior infraction?

Tall R waves w/ ST depressions and tall upright T waves

11

What other type of MI is posterior infarction usually associated with?

inferior MI

12

What should you get next in the case of suspected posterior MI?

Right-sided EKG

13

What are you looking for on Right-sided EKG in posterior MI?

ST elevations in V4R

14

Which coronary artery is involved in posterior MI?

(right) PDA

15

Which are the septal leads?

V1-V2

16

Which are the anterior leads?

V3-V4

17

Which are the lateral leads?

V5-V6