12 lead easi dower transformation
12 lead easi dower transformation - an electrocardiogram (ecg) lead placement whereby 4 chest electrodes and 1 reference electrode are used to allow for continuous monitoring at the clinical level. This placement creates a 12 lead ecg that allows the acquisition of simultaneous events in the frontal, horizontral and sagittal heart planes with the linear transformation of vectors. This system provides a three dimensional portrayal of the heart and uses mathematical and fixed coefficients for each lead.
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