Lead I sign

The Lead I sign occurs when the P, QRS and T in that lead are almost flat. The P should be isoelectric, QRS less than 1.5mm and T less tnan 0.5 mm. It is also known as Schamroth’s sign. It suggests chronic severe lung disease (not sensitive though).

See also: QRS shapes

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