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The mean electrical axis represents the sum of all of the mean electrical vectors occurring during ventricular depolarization. The mean electrical axis is depicted by a green arrow in the figure to the right which shows the same instantaneous mean vectors as in the figure at the top of this page but superimposed upon the axial reference system. The mean electrical axis represents the sum of all of the mean electrical vectors occurring during ventricular depolarization. The mean electrical axis is depicted by a green arrow in the figure to the right which shows the same instantaneous mean vectors as in the figure at the top of this page but superimposed upon the axial reference system. To calculate the mean electrical axis of the ventricle we are going to focus on the QRS complex (since that is the wave that represents ventricular depolarization). Thus we need to identify the QRS complexes in each lead

Each axis can be computationally determined to result in a number representing degrees of deviation from zero or it can be categorized into a few types. The QRS axis is the general direction of the ventricular depolarization wavefront (or mean electrical vector) in the frontal plane. It is often sufficient to clgraphicify the axis as one of three The electrical axis of the heart is the mean direction of the action potentials traveling through the ventricles during ventricular activation (depolarization). The QRS complex which represents ventricular depolarization is used for the determination of the electrical heart axis. The direction of the vector can changes under different cirgraphicstances When the heart itself is rotated (right ventricular overload) obviously the axis turns with it. In case of ventricular hypertrophy the axis will deviate toward the greater electrical activity and the vector will turn toward the hypertrophied tissue.

The QRS complex is often used to determine the axis of the electrocardiogram although it is also possible to determine a separate P wave axis. The duration amplitude and morphology of the QRS complex are useful in diagnosing cardiac arrhythmias conduction abnormalities ventricular hypertrophy myocardial infarction electrolyte derangements and other disease states. Right axis deviation occurs with the QRS axis and is between 90 and 180 degrees. Indeterminate axis is between - 180 and -90 degrees. This is summarized in the image below. Indeterminate axis Skills Laboratory How to determine and interpret the mean electrical axis Dont be intimidated by this important ECG measurement. This cardiologist describes four methods for easily calculating the mean electrical axis and discusses what the abnormalities you may find signify.