Einthoven


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Dutch physiologist who devised the first electrocardiograph (1860-1927)

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1] Einthoven Laboratory for Experimental Vascular Medicine, Department of Thrombosis and Haemostasis, Leiden University Medical Center, Leiden, the Netherlands.
The effect first noted in 1885 (6) was also explained in the original study by Einthoven, by the slight interocular differences in transverse chromatic aberration.
The Dutch physiologist, Willem Einthoven (1860 to 1927), is credited with the development of the clinical electrocardiogram.
The string galvanometer with photographic recordings was presented by Einthoven in .
Medical devices -- Ken Richardson, Fluconzaole (anti-fungal drug) -- Louis Stevens, Magnetic disk drive The inventors who will be recognized on May 2nd include: -- Robert Adler (1913-2007), Television remote control -- John Charnley (1911-1982), Hip replacement surgery -- Willem Einthoven (1860-1927), Electrocardiograph -- Calvin Fuller (1902-1994), Gerald Pearson (1905-1987), Daryl Chapin (1906-1995), Silicon solar cell -- Clarence "Kelly" Johnson (1910-1990), Fighter aircraft -- Ray McIntire (1918-1996), Styrofoam(R) brand foam -- Malcom McLean (1913-2001), Containerized shipping -- Harold McMaster (1916-2003), Tempered glass -- David Pall (1914-2004), Filtration technologies
In 1903, Dutch physiologist Willem Einthoven, MD, PhD invented the electrocardiograph, a machine that measures the minute electrical currents generated by the heart.
Both Catholic social teachings and the different ways health care is organized around the world are discussed as preliminaries, followed by critical examination of the market-based approaches to health care advocated by Milton Friedman, Regina Herzlinger, Mark Pauly, and Alain Einthoven.