The Effect of Leads Utilized Upon Discrepancies Between Spatial Vectors Recorded by SVEC and by Mean Vector Methods
In a former study significant differences were found in the orientation and magnitude of spatial ECG vectors as determined using two different methods. The results presented in this series show that the difference in the leads used account for the major part of these discrepancies and thus emphasize the importance of a standardization of electrode position for spatial vectorcardiography.
- Received May 23, 1955.
- © 1955 American Heart Association, Inc.