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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Ventricular overload is electrocardiographically characterized by ST segment alterations, which usually elevate or undulate in the middle part; this overload is often accompanied by ventricular hypertrophy, since a ventricle fighting against resistance hypertrophies in an attempt to redress.
(4-) Hayakawa M, Katada K, Anno H, Imizu S, Hayashi J, Irie K, Negoro M, Kato Y, Kanno T, Sano H.CT angiography with electrocardiographically gated reconstruction for visualizing pulsation of intracranial aneurysms: identification of aneurysmal protuberance presumably associated with wall thinning.
Electrocardiographically gated multidetector CT can assess the brain, cerebral vessels, and carotid arteries as well as the heart simultaneously and expedite diagnosis, he said.
Logistic regression analysis with adjustment for age showed that educational level had an inverse relation with prevalence of electrocardiographically diagnosed coronary heart disease (ORs: men 0.82, women 0.53), hypertension (ORs: men 0.88, women 0.56) (P< 0.011 for chi square for men; P< 0.001 for women), and smoking (OR for men 0.73, for women 0.65) (P < 0.001 for chi square for men and women) but not with hypercholesterolaemia and obesity (47).
Chen et al., "Assessment of thoracic aortic elasticity: a preliminary study using electrocardiographically gated dual-source CT," European Radiology, vol.
Data Collection: A total of 200 COPD cases attending Department Of Respiratory Diseases, SAMC, Indore OPD and Emergency room were screened from which 100 patients were selected randomly, studied clinically, lipid profile analysis, CRP, electrocardiographically, pulmonary function test.
It was observed that atrial flutter/fibrillation were more common clinically significant arrhythmias in dogs (Ettinger et al., 2000) and were electrocardiographically characterized by rapid and regular atrial rhythm in chaotic manner.
She was clinically and electrocardiographically reperfused after thrombolytic therapy.