The distribution of both the cardiac electric potential on the body surface and the cardiac magnetic field near the chest and back is recorded at fixed time instants of the heart cycle. The general features of both types of maps are simple and reproducible, moreover they both reveal different information.
- superconducting magnets
- Biomagnetism (including magnetocardiography)
- Superconducting devices
Peters, M. J., Dunajski, Z., Heringa, A., & van Dam, R. T. (1983). The mapping of the measured cardiac electric potential and magnetic-field distribution. Il Nuovo Cimento D, 2(2), 311-323. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02455934