An electrocardiographic study of normal goats and cattle using a modified technique

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  • SDG 3
  • Abstract:

    An electrocardiographic technique, developed in sheep in the standing position, was applied to normal cattle and goats. Recordings were made with Einthoven's triangle in the sagittal plane and with the electrodes in rigidly fixed positions in relation to the heart. Waves of high amplitude and reproducible configurations were obtained in 22 goats and 15 cattle.