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Coronary Artery Location ECG Leads Complications
{{ACS anatomical correlation}}
LAD Anteroseptal V1-V3 Left ventricular dysfunction:
-Decreased CO2
==See Also==
*[[Acute coronary syndrome (main)]]
*[[Myocardial Infarction Complications]]
Left PFB
Infranodal block (2 ̊or 3 ̊)
LAD Anterior V2-V4
LCA Lateral I, aVL, V4-6 Left ventricular dysfunction:
-Decreased CO2
-CHFInfranodal block (2 ̊or 3 ̊)
RCA Inferior II, III, aVF Hypotension (NTG/morphine)Supranodal 1 ̊ HB
Atrial fibrillation/flutter
Infranodal block (2 ̊and 3 ̊) Papillary muscle rupture (murmur)
RCA Right ventricular V4R (also II, III, aVF)
RCA (90%), LCA (10%) Posterior R waves in V1, V2 (also V7-9)
LCMA Anterolateral avR (STE)

Latest revision as of 20:01, 16 November 2017

ACS Anatomical Correlation Chart

Ischemic Changes Location Coronary Artery

Q waves in V1-V3 over time

Septal Septal branch
STE V2-V4 Anterior LAD
STE I, aVL, V5, V6

STD inf leads

Lateral Circumflex
STE I, aVL, V2-6 Anterolateral LAD + circumflex = Left main or 2 critical lesions

STD in aVL (most common lead to see reciprocal change)

Inferior RCA

STE V1 (only lead looking at RV)
STE III > II (III more R facing)
STE V1 > V2, STE V1 + STD V2

Right ventricle RCA

STD in V1, V2, V3;
R>S in V1
Tall R waves in V1-V3 (Q waves on back of heart) w/ upright TWs

Posterior aka Inferolateral RCA (90%), LCA (10%)
STE avR>V1

Doesn't apply in SVT

Anterolateral Left Main

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