A Modified ECG-Triggered Cinefilm-Mark Unit for DSA Studies of the Heart and Great Vessels

Janssen, Johan; Ackermans, Sjef; Mulkens, Guy; Winter, Roland
September 1986
Angiology;Sep1986, Vol. 37 Issue 9, p654
Academic Journal
The authors developed an inexpensive, reliable, and easy-to-install, ECG-triggered cinefilm-mark device that permits performance of high-quality subtraction studies of the coronary circulation.


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