electrograph


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electrograph

[i′lek·trə‚graf]
(communications)
Facsimile transmission equipment.
(engineering)
Any plot, graph, or tracing produced by the action of an electric current on prepared sensitized paper (or other chart material) or by means of an electrically controlled stylus or pen.
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The Electrograph DTS18 is the third Flat Panel Display Monitor to be manufactured under the Electrograph brand.
"The DTS18 is another demonstration of Electrograph's commitment to bringing the next generation of technology to the flat panel display market," said Sam Taylor, president of Electrograph Systems.
Mary's Hospital, UK) and cardiologists from Canada and France draw on electrographs done during AF ablation procedures (in major and less commonly involved structures) to view the phases of the procedure for persistent AF.