bigeminal pulse

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bigeminal pulse

[bī′jem·ə·nəl ′pəls]
(physiology)
A pulse that is characterized by a double impulse produced by coupled heartbeats, that is, an extra heartbeat occurs just after the normal beat.
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Kilbourne, a veterinarian, published a paper establishing that an infectious agent, Babesia bigemina, the cause of cattle fever, was transmitted by an arthropod vector (25).
8,9) Bovine Theileria Hyalomma Cattle Attenuated Tropical annulata anatolicum macroschizont Theileriosis anatolicum vaccine (b) Babesiosis Babesia Boophilus Cattle, Nil bigemina microplus Buffalo B.
The adults dropped from the Babesia bigemina infection-free cross-bred calves were collected, cleaned, weighed and kept in the desiccators.
annulatus, transmit the two species of blood parasites, Babesia bovis and Babesia bigemina, which cause the cattle diseases collectively known as "Texas fever," "cattle fever," or "bovine babesiosis.
Occurrence of Haemogregarina bigemina (Protozoan: Apicomplexa) in Blennius pholis (Pisces: Blenniidae) along the Portuguese west coast.
bigemina, that cause the cattle diseases collectively known as "Texas lever," "cattle fever," or "bovine babesiosis.