Einthoven

NOUN
  1. Dutch physiologist who devised the first electrocardiograph (1860-1927)
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  • Einthoven said in his work in 1895 that the efforts to fully interpret the electrocardiogram should be abandoned for the moment, and in a survey of the relevant literature up to the first half of 1912, the author** put emphasis on the uncertainty of the efforts to interpret the cardiogram. Physiology or Medicine 1924 - Presentation Speech
  • Einthoven pointed out, however, that not only the amount of the deflection but also the shape of the entire electrocardiogram is changed when one manner of leading is replaced by another (1908). Physiology or Medicine 1924 - Presentation Speech
  • Einthoven developed a rather simple method of correction (1894) and could with this derive the actual electrocardiogram from the capillary electrometer curve Physiology or Medicine 1924 - Presentation Speech
  • To give an idea of this, some phenomena may be mentioned, which by means of the string galvanometer have been investigated by Einthoven himself: the retina current (1908, 1909), the action currents in nervus vagus Physiology or Medicine 1924 - Presentation Speech
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