ECG diagnosis: from Einthoven to modern cardiac monitoring

Ya.O. Savchak, D.O. Dzіuba, O.A. Loskutov

Abstract


The article describes the history of electrocar­diography development and the application of its principles in modern medicine. Today, the electrocardiography is an integral part of the diagnosis of patients with cardiac patho­logy and monitoring patients with high cardiac risk. More than 100-year history of electrocardiography and cardiac monito­ring can be divided into four time periods.

Keywords


electrocardiography; telemedicine; monitoring; lead

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.22141/2224-0586.2.89.2018.126615

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