Abnormalities of the S-T segment--Part I.

@article{Hurst1997AbnormalitiesOT,
  title={Abnormalities of the S-T segment--Part I.},
  author={Jeremy W. Hurst},
  journal={Clinical cardiology},
  year={1997},
  volume={20 6},
  pages={511-20}
}
The usual normal S-T segment of the surface electrocardiogram (ECG) contributes little to the diagnostic procedure. When the S-T segment is too long or too short, or when it is displaced upward or downward, it is commonly abnormal. Under such circumstances, an S-T segment abnormality usually contributes considerable diagnostic information. When the Grant method of ECG interpretation is used, it is possible to perceive abnormalities of the S-T segment that may otherwise be ignored or… CONTINUE READING