electrocardiogram

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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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Cardiogram has used the Apple Watch's heart rate sensor to detect diabetes in a new study.
Leveraging on WHP's wide presence, around 2000 cardiograms were delivered to be used at 800 centers in Bihar and 117 centers in Uttar Pradesh.
Also, a scheme funded by the FA and PFA gives every 16 year-old at a professional club a medical assessment, heart tests and electro-cardiogram and echo cardiograms to identify any abnormalities in the heart.
Q I HAD an echo cardiogram done recently because I had been having chest pain and the doctor thought he heard a heart murmur.
The family had tests at James Cook University Hospital including an echo cardiogram to check the aorta valve in their hearts.
Mr Williams said he may have suffered a slight heart attack and a cardiogram test carried out at the hospital revealed a slight irregularity.
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.
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.
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.
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.