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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Follow-up electrocardiogram showing sinus rhythm with palpable peripheral pulses
The study also found that abnormal electrocardiogram findings were more likely to result in abnormal myocardial perfusion scans.
If you are taking drugs for an arrhythmia, one of the following tests will probably be used to see whether treatment is working: a 24-hour electrocardiogram (ECG) while you are on drug therapy, an exercise ECG, or a special technique to see how easily the arrhythmia can be caused.
In this lecture, students will be able to see for themselves the complexity of "excitation propagation," a phenomenon whereby electric stimulation from pacemaker cells spreads throughout the heart, with a stereoscopic, 360-degree view utilizing VR, allowing them to understand how electrocardiograms are created through this process.
Smith's proposal, House Bill 767, would require high school students to receive an electrocardiogram as part of the physical exams they must undergo before participating in athletics.
Project Name: Tianjin university of traditional chinese medicine high frequency electrocardiogram machine and holter monitoring procurement projects
It's basically an electrocardiogram, more commonly known as an ECG, which measures the natural electrical activity of your heart.
Of 200 people carrying the gene variant, 21 percent were noted as having died of heart disease, being diagnosed with a heart attack, complaining of chest tightening, or having an unusual electrocardiogram reading.
Tenders are invited for Provision Of Electrocardiogram (ECG) Services.
By hooking up an ordinary hospital CT scanner to an electrocardiogram machine, researchers have taken X rays of a beating heart that show calcium almost as well as an EBCT machine does.
These tiny variations in the electrocardiogram - measured at one millionth of a volt accuracy - are most commonly measured during a sub-maximal exercise stress test in the doctor's office or hospital outpatient setting.
Voluntary ex ante transparency notice: providing electrodes for electrocardiogram (ecg) and ecg monitoring and the thermal recording paper.