Einthoven triangle


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Ein·tho·ven tri·an·gle

(īn'tō-vĕn),
an imaginary equilateral triangle with the heart at its center, its equal sides representing the three standard limb leads of the electrocardiogram.

Ein·tho·ven tri·an·gle

(īn'tō-vĕn trī'ang-gĕl)
An imaginary equilateral triangle with the heart at its center, its equal sides representing the three standard limb leads of the electrocardiogram.

Einthoven,

Willem, Dutch physiologist and Nobel laureate, 1860-1927.
Einthoven equation - Synonym(s): Einthoven law
Einthoven law - in the electrocardiogram the potential of any wave or complex in lead II is equal to the sum of its potentials of leads I and III. Synonym(s): Einthoven equation
Einthoven string galvanometer - the original instrument on which Einthoven developed the first electrocardiogram.
Einthoven triangle - an imaginary equilateral triangle with the heart at its center, its equal sides representing the three standard limb leads of the electrocardiogram.

Einthoven

Dutch physiologist, discoverer of the electrocardiogram.

Einthoven's law
the potential differences between the bipolar leads measured simultaneously will, at any given moment, have the values II  = I + III.
Einthoven triangle
an equilateral triangle used as a model of the standard limb leads used in electrocardiography.