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electrocardiogram

[i‚lek·trō′kärd·ē·ə‚gram]
(medicine)
A graphic recording of the electrical manifestations of the heart action as obtained from the body surfaces. Abbreviated ECG; EKG.
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Shen, founder of Premier Heart and the lead developer of Premier Heart's Multifunction CardioGram, "Using a computational systems analysis approach we, as physicians, now have a method that analyzes and compares raw electro-cardiac data to help identify significant CAD and which has been shown in multiple studies to assist in accurate detection the presence of significant coronary artery disease requiring intervention with improved specificity and negative predictive values.
He walked in, chatted to the nurses and went upstairs, where he was fitted up for the cardiogram.
At times Zurn's line is impossibly fine and delicate or swells and narrows, as if reacting to a sonic pulse; at others it spikes irregularly like a cardiogram or swoops around the paper, describing graceful Art Nouveau curves.
The company's core products are the OsteoGram and CardioGram systems.
It costs $500 for a cardiogram, and I can't get patients to do those," he said.
He underwent a cardiogram, ECG and treadmill tests on Friday after collapsing at the Bucks ground last week.
This is my own cardiogram, the rhythm of my pulse: its explosions, shocks, climaxes, peaks, and valleys," he said in an interview for a Russian souvenir program.
Ralph said doctors were uncertain what caused Camby to collapse based on preliminary tests that included an echo cardiogram, blood work, CAT scan, brain MRI and spinal tap.
As a result of that, Dr Gordon Duff, the The British Boxing Board of Control's Scottish representative, told me Craig needed to go the Western Infirmary and undergo a cardiogram.
A PATIENT GOES TO HIS doctor for a yearly physical and is given a cardiogram.
The OKDOC rents 21 CardioGram systems, and the ADC owns 45 CardioGram systems.
a leading provider of electronic cardiogram systems in China, and IBM (NYSE: IBM) announced the launch of the country's first all-in-one electronic cardiogram management system in China.