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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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PageWriter Trim I: An innovative cardiograph designed to produce quality, high-resolution ECG printouts at the point of care.
PageWriter Trim II: A new non-interpretive cardiograph that enables users to view a high-resolution monochrome display.
Inovise Medical, a privately held cardiac diagnostic company, today announced that it is a 2004 winner of the Medical Design Excellence Award for its AUDICOR Cardiograph Expansion System (AUDICOR CE).
Burdick's strength in ECG cardiographs, Holter monitors and cardiology information systems, combined with its distribution network focused on U.
Under the terms of the agreement, Inovise Medical will also develop a version of its AUDICOR(R) Cardiograph Expansion System (AUDICOR CE) for Nihon Kohden to distribute for use with its market-leading cardiofax Electrocardiograph line in Japan.