EKG


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EKG:

see electrocardiographyelectrocardiography
, science of recording and interpreting the electrical activity that precedes and is a measure of the action of heart muscles. Since 1887, when Augustus Waller demonstrated the possibility of measuring such action, physicians and physiologists have recorded
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EKG

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QRS aptikimo algoritmas EKG periodiskai atnaujina ribines vertes ir parametrus, taikydamasis prie EKG signalo pokyciu, susijusiu su QRS morfologija.
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This software contains the following functions: serial port initialization, EKG signal acquisition, Acquisition reset, EKG waveform display, Heart rate calculation, heart rate abnormalities detection, EOG signal detection for left, right, up, down movements and blinking.
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Mr Huntley said: "On a very basic level, EKG removes water, assists drainage and can improve the strength and condition of all kinds of materials in the ground or in the form of industrial wastes.
In states of anger, for example, the EKG and the breath seem to quiver.
It gives each participant a Pocket EKG card, a wallet-sized heart ID card that includes the patient medical history and his or her baseline EKG.
The liability question is best answered by your lawyer, but I would think that if people have adequate training and competency assessment to perform the EKG, there is no increased liability from the norm.
VNAHHS now uses a pocket-sized EKG to identify post-operative cardiac patients who need additional monitoring.
Researchers at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne are developing a system called EKG that uses electricity to draw water out of waterlogged soil.
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