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A New Microcomputer-Based ECG Analysis System

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Identifier: 101584929X106


  • Publication: September 1983


9 Pages


The electrocardiograph (ECG) was devised by Jack Klingeman, a specialist in non-invasive evaluation of cardiovascular disease. In this article, Freis joined with Klingeman, Kyle, Conrad, and Pipberger to evaluate a new automated ECG system that utilized computer technology. Freis took part in this evaluation because the software for the system was developed at the Veterans Administration.

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Kyle, Mary C., J. D. Klingeman, J. D. Conrad, Edward D. Freis, and H. V. Pipberger. "A New Microcomputer-Based ECG Analysis System." Clinical Cardiology 6, (September 1983): 447-455. Article. 9 Images.

Clinical Cardiology

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