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Formulae and calculations to interpret the Electrocardiogram, widely used in Cardiology
You will be able to calculate exactly the cardiac axis just by entering the QRS amplitude in leads I and aVF.
By entering the number of 5mm and 1mm squares in the RR Interval you get the Electrocardiogram Heart Rate.
Score that substitutes CHADS2 to estimate the stroke risk for an Atrial Fibrillation patient within a year, and the need to start anticoagulation.
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Important calculation in Electrocardiogram analysis that allows Heart Rate correction of the QT interval (Corrected QT Interval) by just entering the QT interval duration and the heart rate.
This point score system is more specific in predicting Left Ventricular Hypertrophy than others best known systems as the Sokolow-Lyon index or the Cornell criteria.