Cleveland Clinic studying more-sensitive EKG
Cleveland Plain Dealer, December 27, 2007
The Cleveland Clinic recently began studying a mega-EKG machine that has nearly seven times the number of leads. It takes 80 readings of electrical activity, which is said to increase detection of heart attacks.
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