Phase-Invariant Signature Algorithm

Prasad, Kailash; Gupta, Madan M.
November 1979
Angiology;Nov1979, Vol. 30 Issue 11, p721
Academic Journal
Focuses on a noninvasive technique for early detection and quantification of Ouabain-induced cardiac disorders. Usage of the treatment; Methodology; Data acquisition and processing.


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