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On your sleeping patient's 12-lead EKG, Lead I's waves and complexes are extremely jittery—completely unreadable—as are aVR's. The most likely cause of this is

▸ heart is on the right side of the body instead of the left.

▸ patient has an arrhythmia.

▸ gain is set too low.

▸ right arm electrode or patch is loose or off.
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