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Holter monitoring in dogs: comparison between a computerized system and visual arrhythmia analyses






Berliner und Munchener Tierarztliche Wochenschrift 112(6/7): 239-242

Holter monitoring in dogs: comparison between a computerized system and visual arrhythmia analyses

Holter electrocardiogram recordings were taken from 38 dogs. The computerized analyses system was not a good system for evaluating the frequency and sensitivity of arrhythmias.


Accession: 003161451



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