2 edition of Vectorcardiography, 1965 found in the catalog.
|Statement||Irwin Hoffman, editor. Robert C. Taymor, associate editor.|
|Contributions||Taymor, Robert C., Long Island Jewish Hospital.|
|LC Classifications||RC683.5.E5 H54 1965|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 428 p.|
|Number of Pages||428|
|LC Control Number||66007052|
In a patient with renal failure and shortness of breath, Q waves transiently appeared in the right precordial leads of the electrocardiogram (ECG) during episodes of hyperkalemia, without a substantial change in mean electrical axis. With restoration of the plasma potassium levels to normal, R waves Cited by: Vector Analysis: A Text-book for the Use of Students of Mathematics and Physics, Founded Upon the Lectures of J. Willard Gibbs Josiah Willard Gibbs, Edwin Bidwell Wilson Yale University Press, - Vector analysis - pages/5(2). Define vector cardiography. vector cardiography synonyms, vector cardiography pronunciation, vector cardiography translation, English dictionary definition of vector cardiography. n. 1. An instrument used to record the mechanical movements of the heart. 2. See electrocardiograph. car′diog′raphy n. Find & Download Free Graphic Resources for Book Template. 20,+ Vectors, Stock Photos & PSD files. Free for commercial use High Quality Images.
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Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings Congresses congresses: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hoffman, Irwin, Vectorcardiography, A rather comprehensive review of the pertinent work in the field of vectorcardiography is offered in this book by the participants of a symposium held at the Long Island Jewish Hospital in May The editors have brought together the most knowledgeable investigators in the field of electrovectorcardiography.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lamb, Lawrence E. (Lawrence Edward), Electrocardiography and vectorcardiography. Philadelphia, Saunders, In Neue Ergebnisse Der Elektrokardiologie, ed.
E 1965 book, (Proceedings of the 6th International Colloquium of Vectorcardiography, Leipzig ), VEB Gustav Fischer Verlag, Jena. Rudy Y, Plonsey R (): A comparison of volume conductor and source geometry effects on body surface and epicardial potentials. Vectorcardiography (VCG) is a method of recording the magnitude and direction of the electrical forces that are generated by the heart by means of a continuous series of vectors that form curving lines around a central point.
Vectorcardiography was developed by E. Frank in the mid s. Since the human body is a three-dimensional structure, the basic idea is to construct ICDCM: Medical definition of vectorcardiography: a method of recording the direction and magnitude of the electrical forces of the heart by means of a continuous series of vectors that form a curving line around a center.
vectorcardiogram: (VCG) [ vek″tor-kahr´de-o-gram″ ] a graphic representation of the magnitude and direction of the action currents of the heart, in the form of a vector loop. See also vectorcardiography. Electrocardiography and vectorcardiography; instrumentation, fundamentals, and clinical applications.
Format Book Published Philadelphia, Saunders, Description xvii, p. illus. 27 cm. Notes Bibliography: p. Medical subjects Library Indpls - Ruth Lilly Medical Library Call Number WG Le Location Storage Floor.
Clinical communications Pacemaker vectorcardiography Agustin Castellanos, Jr., M.D. Louis Lemberg, M.D., Louis Salhanick, M.D. Barouh V. Berkovits, E.E. Coral Gables, Fla. V entricular complexes induced by electric pacemakers differ from those produced by the normal supraventricular impulses which are conducted via usual A-V pathways.
A standard Vectorcardiography system for spatial vectorcardiography. comparison of the equilateral tetrahedron and the frank systems. Am Heart J. Nov; 80 (5)– FRANK E. The image surface of a homogeneous torso. Am Heart J.
May; 47 (5)– FRANK E. An accurate, clinically practical system for spatial by: The American Journal of Cardiology Volume 18 NOVEMBER Number 5 Studies on Vectorcardiography An Approach to Vectorcardiography The Rectilinear Vectorcardiogram* TRAVIS WiNSOR, M.D., F.A.C.C., ALFRED E.
SIBLEY, EUGENE K. FISHER, MOÏSES LEVY, M.D.f and JERROLD L. FOOTEJ: Los Angeles, California CONVENTIONAL Cited by: 2. Electrocardiography and Vectorcardiography Hardcover – January 1, by Lawrence E. 1965 book (Author), Illustrated with b&w Photographs (Illustrator)Author: Lawrence E. Lamb. Diagnostic electrocardiography and vectorcardiography Hardcover – January 1, by H.
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Tell a friend about us, add a link to this page, or visit the webmaster's page for free fun content. Book Reviews June, demonstrate the superiority of the method in diagnosis Spatiocardiography is the simultaneous display of x, y and z co-ordinates on the face of a single cathode ray tube.
The y co-ordinate is displayed on the horizontal axis of the tube face, while the x and z co-ordinates are shown on the vertical axis. This is achieved by switching the electron. vectorcardiography: [ vek″tor-kahr″de-og´rah-fe ] the registration, usually by formation of a loop on an oscilloscope, of the direction and magnitude (vector) of the moment-to-moment electromotive forces of the heart during one complete cycle.
adj., adj vectorcardiograph´ic. page ) and the relatively high price of the book are handicaps. Spatiocardiography. Textbook and Atlas VILEM LAUFBERGER. P'P.illusitrated. London: H. LEWIS. 50s. The foundations of vectorcardiography were laid by Einthoven at the turn of the century.
Progress has been disappointingly slow despite revolutionary advances in. Interpreting Electrocardiograms Using Basic Principles and Vector Concepts is the latest addition to a series on fundamental and clinical cardiology, edited by Samuel Z.
Goldhaber. The book reflects work done by Dr. Hurst during a lifetime of devotion to patient care, teaching, and writing about cardiovascular disease, including electrocardiographic : Amy L. Woodruff. Part of the Boerhaave Series for Postgraduate Medical Education book series (BSPM, volume 8) Summary A method for localizing smaller infarcts into each of 12 left ventricular and septal segments is presented, along with criteria for sizing these infarcts from trival scars 1 cm in diameter to large life-threatening lesions of 8 cm in by: ton, Inc., New York, pp., $ Reviewed by Conrad B.
Jenson, M.D. In this book the authors discuss congenital, primary, and acquired types of cardiovascular disease in the newborn, infant, child, and adult periods of life. Differential diagnosis is generally considered in. The term vector can have different meanings, but for the purposes of the study of vectorcardiography, the relevant definition states that a vector is an entity possessing a magnitude and a direction.
For example, if a wind blows in an easterly direction at 10 km/h, it could be represented by the vector in Fig. Phonocardiogram and jugular venous pulse tracing from a middle-aged man with pulmonary hypertension (pulmonary artery pressure 70 mm Hg) caused by jugular venous pulse tracing demonstrates a prominent a wave without a c or v wave being observed.
The phonocardiograms (fourth left interspace and cardiac apex) show a murmur of tricuspid ICDCM: Definition of vectorcardiography in the dictionary.
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, circular data possess characteristics such as high skewness or kurtosis and multimodality in many situations, for example, the data on directions of clinical vectorcardiogram (see Downs ), wind directions (see Fisher and Lee ), and animal orientation (see Oliveira et al.
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Vectorcardiography was developed by E. Frank in the early s. Since the human body is a three-dimensional structure, the basic idea is to construct three orthogonal leads containing all the electric information.
The three leads are represented by right-left axis (X), head-to-feet axis (Y) and front-back (anteroposterior) axis (Z). Lamb published the first of his eight books ina medical textbook on electrocardiography and vectorcardiography.
Among his many trade books are Your Heart and How to Live With It, and What You Need to Know About Food and Cooking for Health, published by Viking Press in andrespectively. The objectives of this book, as stated by the author, are to teach the "uninitiated" student or physician the basic principles of electrocardiography and vectorcardiography and to show how these disciplines may be applied usefully.
These objectives are admirably standard concepts of Author: John J. Sampson. Vectorcardiography is a method of recording the magnitude and direction of the electrical forces that are generated by the heart by means of a continuous series of vectors that form curving lines around a central point.
Vectorcardiography was developed by E. Frank in the mid s. Since the human body is a three-dimensional structure, the basic idea is to construct three.
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Abstract. Aims Previous studies that determined the normal limits for the paediatric ECG had their imperfections: ECGs were recorded at a relatively low sampling rate, ECG measurements were conducted manually, or normal limits were presented for only a limited set of parameters.
The aim of this study was to establish an up-to-date and complete set of clinically Cited by: •Vector cardiography is the technique of analysing the electrical activity of heart by obtaining ECG along three axis. •The display is know as vector cardiogram.
•This gives the representation of distribution of electrical potential generated by the heart, and produces loop type patterns on the CRT screen. Selvester RH, Collier CR, Pearson RB (): Analog computer model of the vectorcardiogram.
Circulation (1) Selvester RH, Kalaba R, Collier CR, Bellman R, Kagiwada H (): A mathematical model of the electric field of the heart with distance and boundary effects. In Proc. Long Island Jewish Hosp. Symposium: Vectorcardiography Medical definition of vectorcardiogram: a graphic record made by vectorcardiography.
This fifth edition has been extensively revised and expanded. The authors have adopted the principle of using three main methods of interpretation simultaneously (standard patterns, vectoranalysis, and panoramic deduction) rather than a single method of scalar electrocardiographic analysis.
Selvester RH, Collier CR, Pearson RB (): Analog computer model of the vectorcardiogram. Circulation 3 1:(1) Selvester RH, Kalab a R, Collier CR, Bellman R. The vectorcardiograms of 30 patients with inferior infarction and abnormal left axis deviation were studied. In 23 cases, the frontal plane loop was clockwise rotated and the initial vectors were superiorly displaced.
The remaining seven tracings also showed superior orientation and clockwise rotation of the initial forces, but the second half of QRS was displaced further Cited by:.
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