Methodology of ECG interpretation in the Glasgow program. Macfarlane, P W, Devine, B, Latif, S, McLaughlin, S, Shoat, D B, & Watts, M P Methods of information in medicine, 29(4):354–361, September, 1990.
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This paper describes the methods currently used in Glasgow Royal Infirmary for computer analysis of electrocardiograms. The software is designed to analyse from 3 to 15 simultaneously recorded leads, with facilities for analysis of rhythm and serial changes. Options for Minnesota Code (with serial comparison) and XYZ lead interpretation are available.
@article{macfarlane_methodology_1990,
	title = {Methodology of {ECG} interpretation in the {Glasgow} program},
	volume = {29},
	issn = {0026-1270},
	abstract = {This paper describes the methods currently used in Glasgow Royal Infirmary for computer analysis of electrocardiograms. The software is designed to analyse from 3 to 15 simultaneously recorded leads, with facilities for analysis of rhythm and serial changes. Options for Minnesota Code (with serial comparison) and XYZ lead interpretation are available.},
	language = {eng},
	number = {4},
	journal = {Methods of information in medicine},
	author = {Macfarlane, P W and Devine, B and Latif, S and McLaughlin, S and Shoat, D B and Watts, M P},
	month = sep,
	year = {1990},
	pmid = {2233383},
	keywords = {Diagnosis, Computer-Assisted, Electrocardiography, Scotland, Signal Processing, Computer-Assisted, Software},
	pages = {354--361}
}
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