Which leads changes of a 12-lead ECG indicate damage to the left ventricular septal region?
An electrocardiogram (ECG) taken during a routine checkup reveals that a client has had a silent myocardial infarction.
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A. Leads I, aVL, V5, and V6 B. Leads II, III, and aVF C. Leads V1 and V2 D. Leads V3 and V4
1. leads v3 and v4-rationale: leads v3 and v4 record electrical events in the septal region of the left ventricle. leads i, avl, v5, and v6 record electrical events on the lateral surface of the left ventricle. leads ii, iii, and avf record electrical events on the inferior surface of the left ventricle. leads v1 and v2 record electrical events on the anterior surface of the right ventricle and the anterior surface of the left ventricle. the client needs category: health promotion and maintenance client needs subcategory: none cognitive level: comprehension