electrocardiograph


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electrocardiograph

an instrument for recording the electrical activity of the heart

electrocardiograph

[i‚lek·trō′kärd·ē·ə‚graf]
(medicine)
The instrument used to obtain anelectrocardiogram.
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The Spaulding Electrocardiograph 2100iQ makes it logistically and financially feasible to collect very high-quality, centralized ECG data," said Dr.
GE Healthcare's newest electrocardiograph system, the MAC 5500 Resting Electrocardiogram (ECG) Analysis System, contains the electrocardiograph, an acquisition module and cable, a patient lead wire set, and electrodes (Figure 2).
Spaulding Medical, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Spaulding Clinical Research, LLC and provider of cardiac safety solutions, today announced the FDA 510(k) Clearance for their newest 12-Lead ECG device: the Spaulding Electrocardiograph 2100iQ[TM].
Twenty minutes later he emerged and apologised, saying he had had trouble with the electrocardiograph machine, said Mrs Chapman.
Using an electrogastrograph, an external electrical monitoring device that is to the stomach what the electrocardiograph is to the heart, he and his colleagues at Ohio State University in Columbus have been able to measure the "butterflies.
When purchased as part of a kit (TWR-MCF51MM-KIT), the MED-EKG electrocardiograph sensor for medical applications is included.
A detailed case study traces the development of an electrocardiograph system that is now on the European market.
The medical equipment includes X-ray machine, ultra sound diagnostic equipment, microscopes, laboratory spinners, defibrillators, electrocardiograph, various surgical instruments and dressing.
The authors, all practitioners, focus on the needs of those who wish to augment their skills as well as students as they describe the role of the electrocardiographer in diagnosis and treatment, the cardiovascular system, the electrocardiograph (including details on the ECG waveform), the process of performing an ECG, interpretation and clinical significance, exercise electrocardiography and ambulatory monitoring.
Under the application of a trained therapist who is in attendance during the entire treatment, the patient is hooked to an electrocardiograph (EKG) monitoring system that times the natural diastolic and systolic beating of the heart.
and the latter includes portable electrocardiograph, portable multi-parameter monitor, portable ultrasonic tester, etc.
A physician and cardiologist in Delhi, India, Luthra says that for all the high-technology imaging being used in cardiology these days, the 12-lead electrocardiograph retains its primacy in the initial evaluation of heart disease.