JOSEPH WEINSTEIN, M.D.; DAVID I. ABRAMSON, M.D.
In a recent publication,1 the authors presented the results obtained in detecting and localizing experimental myocardial lesions by means of certain chest leads,2 which differed in a number of respects from the others thus far employed. These experimental leads (designated as multiplane chest leads) consisted of combinations of linear electrodes placed on the anterior and posterior surfaces of the chest parallel to and beyond the estimated borders of the heart; in contra-distinction to the conventional chest leads, advocated by other investigators3, 4, 5 in which at least one electrode of sufficiently large circumference was placed on the anterior or posterior
WEINSTEIN J, ABRAMSON DI. LOCALIZATION OF THE SITE OF EXPERIMENTAL PREMATURE CONTRACTIONS AND BUNDLE BRANCH LESIONS BY MEANS OF MULTIPLANE CHEST LEADS(LOCALIZATION OF THE SITE OF EXPERIMENTAL PREMATURE CONTRACTIONS AND BUNDLE BRANCH LESIONS BY MEANS OF MULTIPLANE CHEST LEADS*). Ann Intern Med. 1936;9:1187–1195. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-9-9-1187
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Published: Ann Intern Med. 1936;9(9):1187-1195.
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