magnetocardiograph


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magnetocardiograph

[mag¦nēd·ō′kär·dē·ə‚graf]
(medicine)
An instrument that records the intensity of the magnetic field of the heart as produced by currents sent through the body by measuring the voltages associated with each heart beat. Abbreviated MCG.
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Successful performance on this award and possible follow-on NIH funding support will allow CardioMag to thereafter expand its product offering to include a MagnetoCardioGraph (MCG) for monitoring non-invasively electric heart functions in small animals.
9 /PRNewswire/ -- CardioMag has received comprehensive approvals and international quality certificates to distribute its new, non-invasive magnetocardiograph (MCG) medical diagnostic systems in Europe, Canada and elsewhere.
In these and other hospitals, the CMI magnetocardiograph will generate clinical data to demonstrate the system's safety and efficacy in accordance with FDA approved patient protocols