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The case against electrocardiographic automation

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1 Author(s)
Caceres, C.A. ; Clinical Systems Associates, Inc.

The transferral process of research to patient care is the most difficult and time consuming procedure known to physicians. The electrocardiogram was discovered in 1887, put into experimental Use in Europe in the early 1900's and in the United States 10 or so years later. But, it was not until the '20s and '30s that the electrocardiogram came into wide general use. Do we face a repetition of similar delays for electrocardiographic automation?

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Computer  (Volume:6 ,  Issue: 7 )

Date of Publication:

July 1973

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