The author describes his experience with a "saline-filled central venous catheter electrocardiographic lead" for the recording of intracardiac electrocardiograms provides a brief description of the methodology, refers to this modality's clinical usefulness, furnishes 2 examples illustrating the contribution of the method to clinical diagnosis, and outlines his literature search to find the discoverer/originator of the employment of a saline-filled intracardiac catheter as an electrocardiogram recording lead.
|Number of pages||6|
|Journal||Journal of Electrocardiology|
|State||Published - Apr 2004|
- Central venous catheter
- Intracardiac electrocardiography
- Right-atrial ECG
- Swan-Ganz catheter