12 LEAD VECTORCARDIOGRAPHY
The aim of this book is to educate users and interpreters of ECGs on how to understand and interpret Vectorcardiograms. Vectorcardiograms are not new but hitherto their derivation has been a time-consuming process. New computer technology has enabled a VCG to be derived from the conventional ECG machine which is in daily use throughout the world.
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