Septal Infarct EKG?

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An EKG is commonly run to determine if there is a septal infarct. A septal infarction is a condition in which the septum of the heart has a patch of dead tissue. It is commonly the result of a heart attack.
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Septal infarct is a term that describes the infarction or death of cells in the septum that separates the two ventricles of the heart. This happens when this area ...
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