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EKG Is it worth understanding the difficulties of the ECG?

how can you pick RVH from ECG.?
►Example of RVH
Most of the ECG criteria for RVH are present in the tracing shown below (RAD, RAA, tall R in V1, deep S waves in V5,V6). Note also that there is "RV strain" (which is typically seen in inferior and/or anterior leads both of which are present here).

Is it worth understanding the difficulties of the ECG?-ecg.png
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can some1 explain it?? and is it worth understanding the difficulties of ecg?
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for example in TOF ecg shows RVH , right axis deviation. how is that? some one explain plz.
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