cardiograph

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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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CCI"), a privately owned Texas-based company providing cardiovascular ultrasound diagnostics and cardiographics.
a dedicated data center that is staffed by certified cardiographic technicians who provide continuous, around-the-clock cardiac monitoring.
Left heart catheter measurement - iso-center, mulitdirektionale vascular single level cardiographic system with digital flat-panel detector for cardiac diagnosis and therapy for both infants and adults radiology, interventional digital angiography with digital imaging and post-processing System integration of FFR, IVUS + DSA.
Family History Absent Positive clue Phenotypic expression may differentiate in subjects, positive history Physical Ejection Systolic murmur, Some patients examination sound, not spread, changing have no spread with maneuvers obstruction and murmur Electro- Prolonged QRS, Not diagnostic cardiography deep Q waves, prominent ST depression negative T waves, Peak oxygen >50 Usually <35 ml/ Not diagnostic uptake ml/kg/min kg/min Echo- None of the cardiographic parameters are examination patognomonic LV diastolic >55 <45 mm diameter Septa <1.
Improved detection if echocardiographic leftventricular hypertrophy using a new electro cardiographic algorithm.