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2 Heart vector = dipole
Fysisk institutt - Rikshospitalet 3 Vector
Fysisk institutt - Rikshospitalet 4 Einthoven triangle
Fysisk institutt - Rikshospitalet 5 Wilson central terminal
Fysisk institutt - Rikshospitalet 6 Augmented leads
Fysisk institutt - Rikshospitalet 7 Unipolar breast leads
Fysisk institutt - Rikshospitalet 8 ECG apparatus
Fysisk institutt - Rikshospitalet 9 Limited bandwidth
Fysisk institutt - Rikshospitalet 10 Voltage transients
Fysisk institutt - Rikshospitalet 11 Power, EMG ”noise”
Fysisk institutt - Rikshospitalet 12 Shielding, Faraday’s cage
Fysisk institutt - Rikshospitalet 13 Power-line noise
Fysisk institutt - Rikshospitalet 14 Common-mode voltage
Fysisk institutt - Rikshospitalet 15 Magnetic coupled noise
Fysisk institutt - Rikshospitalet 16 Protection of input amplifier
Fysisk institutt - Rikshospitalet 17 Voltage limiters
Fysisk institutt - Rikshospitalet 18 ”Driven right leg”
Fysisk institutt - Rikshospitalet 19 Equivalent scheme for driven right leg circuit
Fysisk institutt - Rikshospitalet 20 Biopotentail amplifiers
Fysisk institutt - Rikshospitalet 21 Capacitance amplifiers
Fysisk institutt - Rikshospitalet 22
Fysisk institutt - Rikshospitalet 23 Signal averaging
Fysisk institutt - Rikshospitalet 24 Fetal ECG
Fysisk institutt - Rikshospitalet 25 Separation of fetal ECG
Fysisk institutt - Rikshospitalet 26 Digital ECG monitor
Fysisk institutt - Rikshospitalet 27 Detection of errors
Fysisk institutt - Rikshospitalet 28 ECG telemetry
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