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I agree with Ashutosh; the times for PR, QRS and QTc as well as Axes tend to be accurate. Arguable the machines are better at measuring accurately than a human and therefore I do glance at the numbers to make sure the corroborate with my impression. As far as diagnostics, they machine does over interpret the findings and therefore this 'interpretation' isn't helpful at all. Conclusion: Rely on machine's 'measurements', no 'interpretations'. This probably holds true for all devices!
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This is a rewarding action for me for which I must be thankful to drbanon.
I do never acquire or perform the ECG by a technician, but always perform it myself, & uptill now I have performed more than five lacks of ECGs, considering the fact that ECG is the most important of all the diagnostic tools! & a slight error, by the machine or human error may account for tremendous degree of loss to the patient.