cardiograph


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  • noun

Synonyms for cardiograph

medical instrument that records electric currents associated with contractions of the heart

a medical instrument that measures the mechanical force of cardiac contractions and the amount of blood passing through the heart during a specified period by measuring the recoil of the body as blood is pumped from the ventricles

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In the present study, no changes in the fetal cardiograph and FHR were observed during GTN administration.
An excerpt from a Foucault cardiogram, recorded with the example Foucault cardiograph, is presented in Fig.
The company's latest advance is the PageWriter TC50 cardiograph which allows healthcare professionals to easily and efficiently take and record ECGs -- tests of heart activity -- assisting the clinician in making a timely diagnosis.
The students used a real cardiograph to perform the 12-lead ECG skill on a live, simulated patient.
Paramedics, and doctors who work with them, will be issued with video equipment suitable for both indoor and outdoor use, and it will also be possible to link the equipment to cardiograph machines.
But he told me, `Listen, I've got a cardiograph machine--a $350,000 piece of equipment, there's not a finer one in the land--and I'd like you to do me a favor and be the first celebrity to use it.
Tenders are invited for High End Echo Cardiograph System As Per Specification Enclosed
members of the BASICS group who handed over a cardiograph to Dr Ashok Raman
Philips has unveiled its latest advance in heart disease detection, the PageWriter TC50 cardiograph, which uses gender-differentiated criteria to assist in the diagnosis of heart disease in women.
Summary: Royal Philips Electronics (AEX: PHI, NYSE: PHG) is to unveil its latest advance in heart disease detection, the PageWriter TC50 cardiograph, which uses gender-differentiated criteria to assist in the diagnosis of heart disease in women, where symptoms may be different from men1.
Tests, including an exercise cardiograph, will help detect heart problems.
In fact, almost everyone who is having an MI severe enough to cause specific changes on the cardiograph, called ST elevation (STEMIs), will benefit from this.
Doctors failed to act fast enough and only delivered the baby 5 V2 hours after a cardiograph showed her heart was struggling in the womb.
Electrocardiograf attachment for recording phono-mechanical cardiograph and carotid pulse (polygraph electro-mechanical phono) 2 pcs
Amy, who takes cardiograph scans at Wrexham Maelor Hospital, in North Wales, said: "Never in my working life did I imagine I would find a problem with my own heart.