Prolonged R wave peak time

Prolonged R wave peak time occurs when there is more than 45 msec between the start of the QRS complex and the peak of the R wave in the lateral leads (aVL, V5, V6). Causes include left bundle branch block, left anterior fascicular block or LVH.

See also: QRS shapes

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