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microvolt

[′mī·krə‚vōlt]
(electricity)
A unit of potential difference equal to one-millionth of a volt. Abbreviated μV.
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Indeterminate" Microvolt T-wave alternans tests predict high risk of death or sustained ventricular arrhythmias in patients with leftventricular dysfunction.
The Cambridge Heart Microvolt T-Wave Alternans Test measures extremely subtle beat-to-beat fluctuations in a person's heartbeat called T-wave alternans.
measurements, and their scales are marked in microvolts.
The Company's products incorporate proprietary Microvolt T-Wave Alternans[TM] measurement technologies, including the patented Analytic Spectral Method([R]) and ultrasensitive disposable electrode sensors.
The Company's products incorporate proprietary Microvolt T-Wave Alternans measurement technologies including the patented Analytic Spectral Method([R]) and ultrasensitive disposable electrode sensors.
OTCBB-CAMH), today announced that Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS) of Arizona, the largest private insurer in Arizona, has made Microvolt T-Wave Alternans (MTWA) testing a covered benefit for people at risk of sudden cardiac death (SCD).
Clinical Study Update - Several clinical papers recently became available in draft form addressing Microvolt T-Wave Alternans (MTWA) technology as a predictor of arrhythmic events and a means of stratifying a patient's risk of sudden cardiac death.
OTCBB-CAMH), today announced that four scientific papers addressing Microvolt T-Wave Alternans (MTWA) technology as a predictor of arrhythmic events and a means of stratifying a patient's risk of sudden cardiac death have been accepted for publication in an upcoming supplement to the journal HeartRhythm, the Official Journal of the Heart Rhythm Society (HRS).
Revenue for the second quarter from the sale of the Company's Microvolt T-Wave Alternans ("Alternans") products was $613,645, a decrease of 73% compared with the same period in 2007.
all A number of small electrodes are attached to the scalp, which are then connected to an instrument that measures and records the brain's impulses in microvolts.
The input offset auto-zero removes offset fluctuations over time and temperature, reducing the temperature drift to a few microvolts over the full specified range of 0[degrees] to 85[degrees]C.