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ECG finding

Introduction: ECG finding

Description of ECG finding

ECG finding: Results of graphic tracing and measurements of the variations in electrical potential caused by the excitation of the heart muscle and detected at the body surface in relation to the diagnosis of coronary events compared with the absolute level of the measurement. The concept encompasses entirely normal, nonspecifically abnormal, and clearly abnormal findings.
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