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- The Strength of a New SignalCanadian Journal of CardiologyVol. 37Issue 11
- PreviewWhereas Augustus Waller first recorded an “electrogram” from the intact skin’s surface in 1887, Willem Einthoven received the 1924 Nobel Prize in Medicine and Physiology for decoding intracardiac transmembrane anion transients into a clinically useful output in 1903.1 Einthoven’s Triangle for electrocardiogram (ECG) limb lead placement, designed to detect the electronic fields generated by a biological neural network during cyclical myocardial activity, is still used to amplify electrical potential changes between leads as dynamic vectors.