By Michael Hawke, Brian Bingham, Heinz Stammberger, Bruce Benjamin
This guide is designed to assist the reader establish the conventional anatomical constructions of the ear, nostril and throat. moreover, the textual content is helping the reader realize pathology in those parts and diagnose the categorical illnesses that could seem. totally illustrated and with simple reasons, it serves as an invaluable consultant to scholars of otorhinolaryngology, in addition to for clinical scholars in all fields.
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The electrocardiograph machine writes an upright deflection because the electrical force represented as a vector is directed toward the positive pole of the machine. The vector is perpendicular to lead axis aVF, and will project its smallest quantity onto lead axis aVF. C. This figure illustrates the deflections the electrical force shown in (A) will produce in the extremity leads.  The Spatial Orientation of Electrical Forces The projection of the electrical forces of the heart, represented as vectors, onto the precordial lead axes can be used to determine their anterior or posterior direction, and their sense.
The right atrium is in reality located to the right and slightly anterior to the left atrium. The left atrium is a posterior structure and is actually located in a central position within the chest. The right ventricle is located to the right and is predominantly an anterior structure, while the left ventricle rests on the left leaf of the diaphragm in a left lateral and slightly anterior position. 7. The reader should recall that the heart is located more vertically in tall, thin individuals and more horizontally in broad-chested, obese individuals.
All precordial electrode positions are influenced by the electrical forces from all parts of the heart. Electrode positions 1, 2, and 3 are influenced by the right ventricle more than positions 4, 5, and 6, but the electrocardiographic recordings made from positions 1, 2, and 3 reveal left ventricular electrical forces to a greater extent than they do right ventricular electrical forces. Electrode positions 5 and 6 are influenced predominantly by the left ventricle, but the right ventricle also influences the recording made from these positions.