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1/ It’s Thursday, #MedTwitter, which means it’s time to take out your calipers and get to business. It’s #12LeadThursday!

Remember to use your system to go through each and every ECG methodically.
2/ Rate: ~75bpm
Rhythm: NSR
Axis: ...
3/ Do you have a schema or framework for thinking about a right axis deviation? What’s your differential?

Let us know in the comments below, and check out the framework we’ve provided!
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My #LeftHandersDay is a three-part submission. I made these in 2017, so please ignore subsequent possible additions.

Part 1: Left-handed batsmen and bowlers…
Part 2: Right-handed batsmen, left-handed bowlers…
Part 3: Left-handed batsmen, right-handed bowlers…
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In honor of #LeftHandersDay, 1 like = 1 fact about lefthanders
1. At one point or another in our sleep, lefthanders have all spoken one of the secret names of God
2. Every lefthander is capable of one minor miracle, but most of us have wasted it without realizing. I, for instance, once knew a hamster was in a box despite the absence of all other evidence. My father used his getting a wad of paper into a wastebasket from 20 feet away.
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Handedness comes in two groups, "right handed" and "not right handed." Most people use their right hands for almost all precision movement, but the other group is a broad spectrum from weakly-right to strongly-left.
The way we describe and define handedness creates the effect @CStuartHardwick rightly notices. Culture defines how we talk about it - but the behavior is mostly genetic. The % of righties has remained constant across continents and milennia.
Hand dominance is a more squirrelly thing than most people realize. For example, righties are better at *some* things with their left hand... and *some* of these asymmetries flip in lefties. Take a few minutes on #LeftHandersDay to learn more!
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