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This remains one of the most valuable textbooks of its size on the clinical aspects of the electrocardiogram. Orthodox curves with the normal variants have been carefully described in the first chapters. In the two succeeding chapters, on the changes in the electrocardiogram due to disease and the disturbances in rate and rhythm, the author has assembled with great care the most important features of clinical electrocardiography with which the seeking physician should familiarize himself. They are written so plainly that the subject matter may be readily grasped by the beginning student. At the same time they are so comprehensive that those quite familiar with the features of the electrocardiogram will find information for which he might be otherwise searching for years. While there is some overlapping in this relatively small volume, this is not to be caviled at; rather the author is to be congratulated for having given a
Clinical Aspects of the Electrocardiogram. A Manual for Physicians and Students.. JAMA. 1928;91(2):118. doi:10.1001/jama.1928.02700020052036