Exercise Body Surface Potential mapping in single amd multiple coronary artery disease. Montague, T., Witkowski, F., Miller, R., Johnstone, D., Mackenzie, R., Spencer, C., & Horacek, B. Chest, 97(6):1333--1342, 1990.
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@Article{RSM:Mon90,
  author =       "T.J. Montague and F.X. Witkowski and R.M. Miller and
                 D.E. Johnstone and R.B. Mackenzie and C.A. Spencer and
                 B.M. Horacek",
  title =        "Exercise Body Surface Potential mapping in single amd
                 multiple coronary artery disease",
  journal =      "Chest",
  year =         "1990",
  volume =       "97",
  number =       "6",
  pages =        "1333--1342",
  robnote =      "Another TJ paper on BSPM in exercise in patients with
                 CAD. One interestig methodological issue was the use of
                 the sum over all leads of the change in ST-integral
                 values as an indicator of overal ischemic change. This
                 was used as the basis of statistical comparisons
                 between patients and normals and among CAD patient
                 groups with different reponses to exercise. The main
                 results are that the sum of the ST integral maps can
                 serve as a discriminator between single and multiple
                 vessle disease, although the overlap between groups is
                 too large for this tp be much use. Also, in patients,
                 the ST changes persisted at least 5 minutes after
                 exercise, while the changes in normals were gone by
                 this stage of things.",
}
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