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right axis deviation

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  • Posted By: angela1
  • September 20, 2011
  • 07:04 AM

I have been feeling generally unwell for a couple of weeks now, with nausea, fatigue, dizziness and palpations. He I went to see the gp who took some blood samples, and I am currently awaiting the results. I also had to have an ecg, which showed that the qrs axis was at 92º, can this be classified as a right axis deviation, and if so can the right axis devaition, cause the symptoms that i have been having. thanks in advance

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