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Title Use of Computers in the Interpretation of Electrocardiograms
Author(s) John A. Milliken, MD, FRCP, FACP; Josef Wartak, MD, BSc; William Orme, BSc; A. P. Skoulikidis, MB, BCh, MRCP; Denis W. Lywood, BSc, MIEEE
Source Canad. Med. Assoc. J., Vol. 101, Pages 39-43
Publication Date October 4, 1969
Abstract Description of the state of the art [at that time] for computerized ECG interpretations and the author's own program. When the paper was written, computerized rhythm analysis had not yet been well worked out. The authors expected vector ECGs to replace 12-lead ECGs because of their greater compatibility with computer analysis.


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