electric coupling

electric coupling

[i¦lek·trik ′kəp·liŋ]
(mechanical engineering)
Magnetic-field coupling between the shafts of a driver and a driven machine.
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Studying the electric coupling - tiny electric signals - between myocytes and fibroblast cells, he was able to paint a more accurate picture of a heart's health than could be deduced from even an MRI or CT scan.
Indicating how the electrical impulses move in a healthy heart, in a synchronized ordered manner, he compares that to a diseased heart, where electric coupling is scattered and irregular and the impulses break into chaotic local "tornados.