The cardiointegram: detection of coronary artery disease in males with chest pain and a normal resting electrocardiogram.

@article{Teichholz1986TheCD,
  title={The cardiointegram: detection of coronary artery disease in males with chest pain and a normal resting electrocardiogram.},
  author={Louis Evan Teichholz and Michael Steinmetz and D J Escher and Michael V Herman and Shapur Naimi and Donna Mahony and Myrvin H. Ellestad},
  journal={Journal of electrocardiology},
  year={1986},
  volume={19 3},
  pages={257-67}
}
The cardiointegram is a non-invasive technique for the analysis of the electrical signals of the heart obtained by a transformation of the voltage vs. time format by a series of integrations. This multicenter study compares the results of the cardiointegram with coronary arteriography in 140 male patients with chest pain and a normal resting… CONTINUE READING