12 lead cabrera

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12 lead cabrera - an electrocardiogram (ecg) lead placement whereby the display of the 12 standard ecg leads is in an 'orderly' sequence in a single horizontal display of: avl, I, avr, ii, avf, iii, v1 to v6. In the cabrera display the limb lead avr is inverted ( avr) to obtain the same positive leftward orientation as the other 5 limbs.

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