Definition of Einthoven
1. Noun. Dutch physiologist who devised the first electrocardiograph (1860-1927).
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Literary usage of Einthoven
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1. Report of the Annual Meeting (1894)
"By Professor W. Einthoven. 6. On Nerve Stimulation. By F. GOTCH, FRS 7. On the Digestive Ferments of a large Protozoan. ..."
2. An Introduction to the History of Medicine: With Medical Chronology by Fielding Hudson Garrison (1913)
"Further light upon the intimate pathology of cardiac disturbance was thrown by the string galvanometer invented by Willem Einthoven of Leyden in 1902.1 In ..."
3. Monographic Medicine by Albion Walter Hewlett, Henry Leopold Elsner (1916)
"The first or atrial wave he calls A (= P-wave of Einthoven). ... waves of Einthoven are in this nomenclature called la and Jp. The space between A and I is ..."
4. Diseases of the Heart and Aorta by Arthur Douglass Hirschfelder (1910)
"Einthoven places the patient in a chair with both hands or one hand and ... Each jar is connected in the circuit with a very delicate Einthoven (or ..."
5. A Text-book of physiology by Isaac Ott (1913)
"Einthoven), initial wave, ventricular wave; F (T. Einthoven), final wave, ventricular wave; Ap, the negative wave following the auricular wave; Jp (8, ..."
6. The Harvey Lectures by Harvey Society of New York, New York Academy of Medicine (1915)
"If, following Einthoven, the angle at F is taken = 60° the formula for the inferior angle becomes tan « = 1.73 „ .• Let us take some examples : •p _ T We ..."