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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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Charloux et al., "Non-invasive cardiac output evaluation during a maximal progressive exercise test, using a new impedance cardiograph device," European Journal of Applied Physiology, vol.
(2001) Non-invasive cardiac output evaluation during a maximal progressive exercise test, using a new impedance cardiograph device.
Dolan points to Cardiograph, an app from Macropinch that sells for $1.99 on the App Store.
For an app that only has one main feature, Cardiograph can prove very, very useful.
Before starting a physical training program, individuals 40 years of age or older were directed to obtain a physical exam including a "cardiograph check." Change 2 to DA Pam 21-147 emphasized that the test was mandatory for Soldiers less than 40 years of age.
At the start of the study, a fetal cardiograph was recorded using the electronic device for monitoring fetal heart rate for 20 min in both groups.
Examples of these scarce apps are Instant Heart Rate or Cardiograph, which use the smartphone's camera to get an accurate heart rhythm reading from the user fingertip.
The magnetic cardiograph offers promising results but the expensive cost limits its spreading at the moment.
The QTc interval estimation was done automatically by a Philips Pagewriter Trim II cardiograph at admission and discharge/6 weeks.
It has portable X-ray ultrasound machines besides limited Echo cardiograph and bronchoscopy for diagnostic and therapeutic purpose,"he said adding that ourfully equipped sleep lab was available for diagnosis of patients breathing disorders during sleep.
UAE-based Al Hayat Pharmaceuticals will also have a strong presence with the launch of its new range of cardiology treatment machines including electro cardiograph machines and automated external defibrillators.
Whether it is Nigeria's Encipher, Congo-Brazzaville's VMK, Ghana's rLG and Kludjeson, or even more daringly, Cameroon's cardiopad, which aims to offer a cardiograph (ECG) service on the go, Africans are investing considerable entrepreneurial and intellectual resources into devising a portable computer system that can serve Africa's users.