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Synonyms for cardiogram

a graphical recording of the cardiac cycle produced by an electrocardiograph

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He program will offer cardiogram solutions, which will help with the early diagnosis of heart related diseases.
White, 30, has already had a series of cardiograms after passing out in the street near his Scarborough home.
Many people with one of these genes go undiagnosed because they have normal-looking cardiograms.
retrospective utilization review (something Medicare is particularly adept at), mandated second opinions, or restrictions on the type or frequency of diagnostic tests, such as cardiograms and chest x-rays.
After six months' intensive training, they will be taking blood samples and interpreting electro cardiograms and X-rays.
This will include taking blood samples and interpreting Electro Cardiograms and X-rays.
The company's core products are the OsteoGram and CardioGram systems.
A PATIENT GOES TO HIS doctor for a yearly physical and is given a cardiogram.
Ohio's Leading Mobile Diagnostic Provider Introduces CompuMed's CardioGram and OsteoGram Systems to Mobile and Rural Markets
The CardioGram is one of the first telecommunication networks designed to remotely interpret electrocardiograms and is used by private practice, government and corporate healthcare providers nationwide.
Customers for the Company's CardioGram system are primarily institutions such as correctional facilities, ambulatory surgery centers, occupational health clinics and physician offices that do not typically have access to cardiologists on their premises.
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.
Over the past decade, the company's flagship CardioGram system has become the telecardiology solution of choice for a significant number of the state correctional prison systems across the US.
Traditional customers for the Company's CardioGram system include correctional facilities, ambulatory surgery centers, occupational health clinics and physicians' offices.