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Synonyms for electrocardiogram

a graphical recording of the cardiac cycle produced by an electrocardiograph

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At the time of arriving at the emergency department, he had cardiac arrest and his electrocardiogram (Figure 1a) revealed pulseless electrical activity.
USA], Nov 21 (ANI): A simple 15-minute electrocardiogram could help a physician determine whether a patient has major depression or bipolar disorder, suggests a study.
Fujitsu today announces that the University of Tokyo will use heart simulator viewers with stereoscopic displays compatible with virtual reality (VR)(1) technology in an electrocardiogram lecture for third year students in the Faculty of Medicine.
There are a variety of organizations that provide free screenings, including the Cody Stephens Go Big or Go Home Memorial Foundation, which has provided free electrocardiograms to more than 30,000 students.
Hidden heart attacks have been detected traditionally by electrocardiograms, or ECGs, which pick up the electrical waves generated by heart beats.
To help speed up matters, today's underwriters are learning to work without some of the traditional tools of the trade: doctors' exams, electrocardiograms, treadmill tests chest x-rays or traditional inspection reports, said Hank George, founder and chairman of the International Underwriting Congress, a global underwriting committee.
Beneath oversized X-ray cross-sections of the human torso, to the-electronic score of singing electrocardiograms and bleeping heart monitors, the dancers convincingly evoked the mysterious pleasures of the flesh.
The CardioGram system is one of the first telecommunication networks designed to remotely interpret electrocardiograms, and is used by private practice, as well as government and corporate healthcare providers nationwide.
Contract notice: Maintenance of transtelefEnicos electrocardiograms in dependent prisons in the general secretariat of penitentiary institutions.
This guide outlines the steps for understanding and interpreting electrocardiograms (ECGs).
his testing showed that electrocardiograms administered to Collier in 2003 and this year showed ``some indication of electrical abnormalities.
NHEERL research physiologist Penn Watkinson was testing software he had developed for analyzing electrocardiograms when he noticed how dramatic the effect of temperature can be.
Their lurking presence is amplified by Goran Vejvoda's taped musical score, which fuses the blips and beeps of hospital machinery such as electrocardiograms and scanners with Bach, warbled speech, dripping water, revving engines, and other sounds.
Indians with heart disease had electrocardiograms suggesting heart damage caused by insufficient blood supply, Welty notes.
The company's principal products include electrocardiograms (ECGs), ultrasound imaging equipment and patient monitoring systems.