electrocardiograph

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electrocardiograph

an instrument for recording the electrical activity of the heart

electrocardiograph

[i‚lek·trō′kärd·ē·ə‚graf]
(medicine)
The instrument used to obtain anelectrocardiogram.
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NewCardio is a cardiac diagnostic and services company developing and marketing proprietary software platform technologies to provide higher accuracy to, and increase the value of, the standard 12-lead ECG.
However, by recording initially a standard 12-lead ECG and developing a patient specific transformation, it is possible thereafter to use only 2 chest leads from which the other 4 can be derived with even higher accuracy (10).
An interactive, multimedia CD-ROM on the 12-lead ECG, using embedded virtual reality, was designed by the author (2,3) based on Chickering and Gamson's principles of best practice in education (4).
The usage of right precordial leads are therefore traditionally indicated when inferior myocardial infarction is identified on standard 12-lead ECG.
is the only company to date that is in a unique position to deliver meaningful, significant benefits to both patients, and doctors by allowing virtually anyone to administer a full 12-Lead ECG exam anytime, anywhere, and in less than 60 seconds.
The current "gold standard" for AMI detection is a long process which can continue up to 24 hours and involves placing 10 electrodes to produce a 12-lead ECG and measuring cardiac serum biomarkers (i.
It concludes with an introduction to the 12-lead ECG.
The Rotterdam Study includes 4,187 men and women above age 55 free of evidence of prevalent MI by 12-lead ECG at baseline and who had a follow-up ECG a mean of 6.
The PRIME ECG system uses 80 leads to provide significantly more information about the electrical activity of the heart than can be obtained through use of the conventional 12-lead ECG, a standard of care virtually unchanged for over 60 years.
BOSTON & SAN FRANCISCO -- AliveCor, the developer of a breakthrough mobile electrocardiogram (ECG) recorder, today announced results from a study that demonstrated the accuracy of the company's iPhone-based device, by comparing its Lead I to Lead I from a conventional 12-lead ECG.
is the only company to date that is in a unique position to deliver meaningful, significant benefits to both patients and doctors by allowing virtually anyone to administer a full 12-Lead ECG exam anytime, anywhere and in less than 60 seconds.