Presenter: Robert M Farrell Sponsored by GE Healthcare
The placement of electrodes can have significant effects on the interpretation of the ECG. For diagnostic 12-lead ECGs, the recommended location of the limb lead electrodes is on the arms and legs. However, these electrodes are often moved on to the torso for patient monitoring applications. This presentation will describe the important differences between these two electrode configurations. The frequency and effects of chest electrode misplacements will also be discussed.
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|Effects of Electrode Placement on the 12-lead ECG||281676354|
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|Sep 28, 2011 01:33 PM ADT||89|
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