Can a computer diagnosis of “Normal ECG” be trusted?
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A computerised system which can reliably identify normal tracings would substantially improve the ease and efficiency of electrocardiographic reporting. Normal tracings with a report can be given directly to the patient without the delay of reporting and the expense of postage and delivery.
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