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Future of computerised electrocardiography.
  1. F L Meijler,
  2. E O Robles de Medina,
  3. J C Helder


    The advent of computerised electrocardiography has been of prime importance for the storage and retrieval of data, but none of the available systems is of universal application for analysis of patterns. Future needs require hierarchical systems of increasing degrees of complexity, depending on the source of requests, and there should be appropriate provision for review by cardiologists before the final report is issued.

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