Hello and welcome to the forum. Thank you for your question. The axis of the ECG is the major direction of the overall electrical activity of the heart. It can be normal, leftward (left axis deviation, or LAD), rightward (right axis deviation, or RAD) or indeterminate (northwest axis). The QRS axis is the most important to determine. Do you know your QRS duration? Your numbers look a little off. Are they 47, 92 and 43? The normal range is -30 to +90. So, if your numbers are the revised ones I asked about, only the 92 is slightly outside normal. What has your doctor said about your tests?