AuthorKilpatrick, David G.
AffiliationKilpatrick Associates, Inc.
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AbstractTelemetry and telemetric techniques are of increasing significance in clinical medicine. Diagnostic data is acquired in this way for both manual and automated interpretation or processing. It has become practical to assemble clinical monitoring systems from non-custom equipment. Clinical biotelemetry is reviewed briefly, and a recent composite system is described in some detail.
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