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Synonyms for electrocardiogram

a graphical recording of the cardiac cycle produced by an electrocardiograph

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The electrocardiogram, however, was neither illustrated nor described in detail in that report.
AHA/ACCF/ HRS recommendations for the standardization and interpretation of the electrocardiogram: part V: electrocardiogram changes associated with cardiac chamber hypertrophy.
Pat Shuff, the co-founder of Cypress ECG, a nonprofit organization that provides free heart screenings throughout the state, said the obstacle to getting such a requirement put in place has been that the UIL has been "unbudging" in its assertion that electrocardiograms are not necessary prior to participation in school athletics.
Thus, the electrocardiogram has demonstrated both diagnostic and prognostic power in patients suspected of taking an overdose of tricyclic antidepressants.
Six months before the electrocardiogram in Figure 1 was recorded, she had stopped taking levothyroxine because of fatigue, dizziness, nausea, and diarrhea.
Einthoven's electrocardiogram is as old as aviation, and we think the time is right for an improved ECG technology to be developed for clinical use," said CardioSoft co-founder Dr.
One of the findings in this electrocardiogram is the [S.
Because CTs are already widely available and connecting one to electrocardiogram equipment is not difficult, coronary calcium tests from this combination might be significantly cheaper than tests with EBCT, Carr says.
In the electrocardiogram illustrated here (Figure), the ventricular rhythm is irregularly irregular with baseline undulation but no definite P waves; thus, the rhythm is atrial fibrillation.
Children with ADHD, should get an electrocardiogram before taking drugs such as Shire Plc's Adderall, Johnson & Johnson's (New Brunswick NJ) Concerta, Novartis AG's Ritalin and Eli Lilly & Co.
11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Global Market Watch: BRICSS Electrocardiogram (ECG) Devices market value is expected to reach US$64 million by 2016, primarily supported by the product types - Resting ECG and Stress ECG.
Of 200 people carrying the gene variant, 21 percent were noted as having died of heart disease, being diagnosed with a heart attack, complaining of chest tightening, or having an unusual electrocardiogram reading.
These tiny variations in the electrocardiogram - measured at one millionth of a volt accuracy - are most commonly measured during a sub-maximal exercise stress test in the doctor's office or hospital outpatient setting.
About 90% have a normal electrocardiogram (ECG) and normal echocardiogram.