What Is the Meaning a Poor R-Wave Progression in a Cardiogram?

A poor R-wave progression in a cardiogram is normally suggestive of AMI, according to National Center for Biotechnology Information. or NCBI. AMI stands for anterior myocardial infarction.

Poor R-wave progression, which is a normal ECG finding, is inconclusive and should not be used as a diagnostic measure, according to NCBI. Apart from possibility of AMI, poor R-wave progression might also be indicative of right ventricular hypertrophy, left ventricular hypertrophy or variant of normal with lessened anterior forces, according to the General Practice Notebook. When it comes to right ventricular hypertrophy, there are various types. Chronic pulmonary disease is one of the types that might be linked to poor R-wave progression.