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Figure 5

From: A vector-free ECG interpretation with P, QRS & T waves as unbalanced transitions between stable configurations of the heart electric field during P-R, S-T & T-P segments

Figure 5

High resolution (1 KHz sampling rate) triaxial ECG was recorded on a healthy 50 years old male from FigureĀ 1. Showing arithmetic means of recorded segments in the 3D space, as substitutes for proposed attractors. Obviously, the electric center moves in space as it is determined by the shape and strength of the heart electric field. P waves happen between TP3 and PR points, QRS between PR and ST1 and T waves between ST2 and TP1. Slight movements from TP1 to TP3 probably reflect diastolic feeling that changes shape of the heart electric field, while differences between ST1 and ST2 probably reflect blood ejection.

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