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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The Foucault cardiographic sensor, based on a circular inductor, converts the impedance variations in the object attached to it into corresponding simultaneous variations of the reflected impedance [DELTA][Z.
Pentavalent antimonials are safer than trivalent ones, but their adverse effects, such as life-threatening electro cardiographic changes are frequent (10).
Prevalence of atrial septal aneurysm in patients with migraine: An echo cardiographic study.
Echocardiograms were performed on 149 subjects with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and 1,405 community members who did not have RA but shared a similar demographic and cardiographic risk profile.
He is a registered respiratory therapist, a perinatal pediatric specialist, a registered pulmonary function technologist, a certified cardiographic technologist and an instructor for advanced cardiac life support and CPR.
Second, because ensemble averaging of multiple cardiac cycles is recommended for impedance cardiographic measurements (Sherwood et al.
Clinical diagnosis can be established based on the presence of minor and major criteria encompassing structural, functional, histologic, cardiographic, and genetic factors according to the International Society and Federation of Cardiology.
Myocarditis should be considered a possibility in patients on clozapine "who present with unexplained fatigue, dyspnea, tachypnea, fever, chest pain, palpitations other signs or symptoms of heart failure, or electro cardiographic findings such as ST-T wave abnormalities or arrhythmias," this letter advises.