Comparison of automated measurements of electrocardiographic intervals and durations by computer-based algorithms of digital electrocardiographs.

@article{Kligfield2014ComparisonOA,
  title={Comparison of automated measurements of electrocardiographic intervals and durations by computer-based algorithms of digital electrocardiographs.},
  author={Paul D. Kligfield and Fabio Badilini and Ian Rowlandson and Joel Xue and Elaine N. Clark and Brian Devine and Peter W Macfarlane and Johan de Bie and David M Mortara and Saeed Babaeizadeh and Richard D. Gregg and Eric D. Helfenbein and Cynthia L. Green},
  journal={American heart journal},
  year={2014},
  volume={167 2},
  pages={150-159.e1}
}
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Automated measurements of electrocardiographic (ECG) intervals are widely used by clinicians for individual patient diagnosis and by investigators in population studies. We examined whether clinically significant systematic differences exist in ECG intervals measured by current generation digital electrocardiographs from different manufacturers and whether differences, if present, are dependent on the degree of abnormality of the selected ECGs. METHODS Measurements of… CONTINUE READING
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