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Einthoven

Willem. 1860--1927, Dutch physiologist. A pioneer of electrocardiography, he was awarded the Nobel prize for physiology or medicine in 1924
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Address correspondence to this author at: Einthoven Laboratory for Experimental Vascular Medicine, Department of Thrombosis and Haemostasis, Leiden University Medical Center, P.
Einthoven wrongly acknowledged that Waller had introduced the name "electrocardiogram", but probably introduced it himself (3).
Figure 3 illustrates the location of the three bipolar limb leads, which form the Einthoven triangle, and the normal ECG waveforms generated in these three leads.
In 1903, Dutch physiologist Willem Einthoven, MD, PhD invented the electrocardiograph, a machine that measures the minute electrical currents generated by the heart.
Both Catholic social teachings and the different ways health care is organized around the world are discussed as preliminaries, followed by critical examination of the market-based approaches to health care advocated by Milton Friedman, Regina Herzlinger, Mark Pauly, and Alain Einthoven.
Number of voltage criteria has been recommended over the years since Einthoven (8) described the increased R wave amplitude in a patient with mitral regurgitation.
En 1903, William Einthoven (1860-1927) introdujo el galvanometro de cuerda, predecesor del actual electrocardiografo, uno de los instrumentos fundamentales que utilizan los cardiologos para controlar los ritmos cardiacos.
In 1895, Einthoven identified the 5 primary topographic features of the ECG tracing (P, Q, R, S, and T waves), and defined in 1912 the current standard ECG leads I, II, and III.
Although many individuals contributed to the development of the ECG, Willem Einthoven perhaps deserves the most credit.