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Spatial Vectorcardiography

International Series of Monographs on Pure and Applied Biology: Division-Modern Trends in Physiological Sciences

1st Edition - January 1, 1961

Authors: Hugon Kowarzykowie, Zofia Kowarzykowie

Language: English
eBook ISBN:
9 7 8 - 1 - 4 8 3 1 - 5 6 2 1 - 7

Spatial Vectorcardiography presents a review of two kinds of vectorcardiograms: axonocardiograms and stereo cardiograms. All the vectorcardiograms are provided and have to be… Read more

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Spatial Vectorcardiography presents a review of two kinds of vectorcardiograms: axonocardiograms and stereo cardiograms. All the vectorcardiograms are provided and have to be confronted with the respective electrocardiograms, which should be considered as the code for estimating the significance of the spatial presentation. The text is organized into two parts. Part I begins with some general remarks on spatial vectorcardiography. This is followed by discussions of vectorcardiographs devices (axonocardiograph and stereocardiograph); graphical representation of axonocardiograms and stereocardiograms; and arrangement of plates. Part II presents a collection of axonocardiograms, stereocardiograms, and electrocardiograms. The material of this book was contributed by the Department of General and Experimental Pathology and the Cardiological Centre at the Clinical Hospital No. 1, by the II Clinic of Surgery, III Clinic of Internal Diseases and II Clinic of Pediatrics, Medical School in Wroclaw, by the I Clinic of Internal Diseases, Medical School in Wroclaw, by the I Clinic of Internal Diseases, Medical School in Cracow, and by the III Clinic of Internal Diseases, Silesian Medical School in Bytom. The stereocardiograms were supplied by the III Clinic of Internal Diseases, Medical School, Wroclaw.