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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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Today's polygraph uses a variety of instruments to detect these differences, including cardiographs to measure heart rates, pneumographs to register respiratory rates, and galvanic skin electrodes to assess perspiration.
The MobileLink technology enables the seamless flow of ECG data from the cardiographs to the MUSE data management system via wireless transfer.
She said, 'It was as if the cardiographs before the epidural was administered and afterwards belonged to a different child.'
Next on the shopping wish list is an archive system for cardiographs.
Even if you did screen with cardiographs and stress tests, you'd still get players who'd slip through the net."