20 things you didn't know about electrocardiography.


3. Although we consider that Einthoven invented the ECG, the storydoesn’t start with him. As early as 1842, Matteucci found that an electric current accompanied each contractionof theheart.EvenAristotle noted a ‘‘shock that is resident in the body’’ in 340 BC. In the second half of the 19th century, Muller and von Koeliker, Lippman, Sanderson and Page, and… (More)
DOI: 10.1097/JCN.0000000000000111


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@article{Funk201420TY, title={20 things you didn't know about electrocardiography.}, author={Marjorie Funk and Gwen Cassidy}, journal={The Journal of cardiovascular nursing}, year={2014}, volume={29 1}, pages={8-9} }