electrocardiogram

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electrocardiogram

[i‚lek·trō′kärd·ē·ə‚gram]
(medicine)
A graphic recording of the electrical manifestations of the heart action as obtained from the body surfaces. Abbreviated ECG; EKG.
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There are a variety of organizations that provide free screenings, including the Cody Stephens Go Big or Go Home Memorial Foundation, which has provided free electrocardiograms to more than 30,000 students.
An electrocardiogram recorded during this admission showed group beating with four sinus-initiated complexes separated by a pause from three sinus-initiated complexes; pauses also began and ended the tracing (Figure).
Hidden heart attacks have been detected traditionally by electrocardiograms, or ECGs, which pick up the electrical waves generated by heart beats.
Study shows combining tests' results more effective than electrocardiogram
The CardioGram system is one of the first telecommunication networks designed to remotely interpret electrocardiograms, and is used by private practice, as well as government and corporate healthcare providers nationwide.
This suspicion is confirmed daily electrocardiograms that show progressive separation of the sinus P waves from the preceding T waves (Figure 3).
his testing showed that electrocardiograms administered to Collier in 2003 and this year showed ``some indication of electrical abnormalities.
Their lurking presence is amplified by Goran Vejvoda's taped musical score, which fuses the blips and beeps of hospital machinery such as electrocardiograms and scanners with Bach, warbled speech, dripping water, revving engines, and other sounds.
CompuMed, which processes 250,000 electrocardiograms (ECGs) annually, operates one of the largest telecommunications networks in the country, with software programs for computerized interpretations of ECGs on a real-time basis.
Indians with heart disease had electrocardiograms suggesting heart damage caused by insufficient blood supply, Welty notes.
With standard testing, patients have a series of electrocardiograms and cardiac enzyme testing over 8 to 12 hours followed by a rest and/or stress imaging study.