cardiograph


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cardiograph

1. an instrument for recording the mechanical force and form of heart movements
2. short for electrocardiograph
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Appropriate data [9] have been obtained in experiments with the example sensor incorporated in the sample Foucault cardiograph [3].
Claire recalled how, despite a perfect pregnancy, problems started when a cardiograph monitor showed Amy's heartbeat had slowed down.
Members of the BASICS group who handed over a cardiograph machine to Dr Ashok Raman (front, right) are (from left) John Woods, Pete Turner, Tom Walker, Moira Walker and Kath Turner.
Scotland barely registers on the cardiograph of Wilson's heart and it is a shame we cheapened our own honours system by gifting him such a precious memento.
The money will be used to buy an electro cardiograph machine and an automatic blood pressure machine for the coronary care unit, plus three phototherapy kits for the hospital's special care baby unit.
If their heart rate is very high a cardiograph has to be done as well.
I have had a monitor on for 24 hours and I've had a cardiograph.
Contract notice: Supply of new instrumentation for surgery, intensive care and anesthesia in regional hospital, as specifically, the supply of anesthetic equipment, monitors for spinal and orthopedic unit, cardiograph, including its headquarters and wireless sensing fetus (telemetry), ventilator highest and upper classes, aggregometer, eeg, apparatus for intravascular temperature control and monitor the patient for a surgical ICU.
A cardiograph is an instrument for measuring the activity of which part of the body?
Sid's cardiograph showed he had an atrioventricular block.
One specialist told Donald that his cardiograph readings looked like those of an 80-year-old.