- Wil·lem [vil-uh m] /ˈvɪl əm/, 1860–1927, Dutch physiologist: Nobel Prize in Medicine 1924.
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The very elaborate and delicate electrocardiograph with the string galvanometer devised by Einthoven is used.Arteriosclerosis and Hypertension:
Louis Marshall Warfield
The valve receiver is connected to the battery B and silvered quartz thread K of an Einthoven galvanometer (already described).
The Einthoven galvanometer consists of a very powerful electro-magnet, the pole pieces of which converge almost to points.
The Einthoven string galvanometer is another form of sensitive instrument for the measurement of small direct currents.
The principle of the Einthoven string galvanometer may be described roughly in a few words.Practical Cinematography and Its Applications
Frederick Arthur Ambrose Talbot
- Willem. 1860–1927, Dutch physiologist. A pioneer of electrocardiography, he was awarded the Nobel prize for physiology or medicine in 1924
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- Dutch physiologist. He won a 1924 Nobel Prize for his contributions to electrocardiography.
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