electrocardiography


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Synonyms for electrocardiography

diagnostic procedure consisting of recording the activity of the heart electronically with a cardiograph (and producing a cardiogram)

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The material will help medical students prepare for the electrocardiography (ECG) portion of the cardiology board certification exams.
1-7) ENG measures corneorctinal potentials, so any kind of electrical "noise"--such as electrocardiography (ECG), myography, or electroencephalography--may cause artifacts.
Nausea persisted, and the patient had a stiff neck and recurring chest tightness, but physical examination, echocardiography, electrocardiography, and chest radiography results were within normal limits.
He had no headache, face or neck pain, or cerebral ischemia, and a CT scan and electrocardiography were normal.
et al, Diagnosing Syncope Part 1: Value of History, Physical Examination, and Electrocardiography, Annals of Internal Medicine, 1997; 126: 989-996.
Nowhere are the dangers of overreliance on computers more obvious than in the interpretation of computer-generated results of electrocardiography.
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of Health Sciences, India) supplies postgraduates, residents, and practicing physicians with a guide to clinical electrocardiography (ECG) that covers physiological mechanisms, normal ECGs and variants in adults, hypertrophy or enlargement, conduction defects, stress ECG, continuous ambulatory ECG recording, coronary artery disease, congenital and heredofamilial disorders, acquired heart disease, disorders of cardiac rhythm, artificial pacemakers, and miscellaneous disorders, including prearrest arrhythmias and cardiac resuscitation.
To some extent, electrocardiography is no exception.
Skills in differentiating electrocardiographic artifacts are mandatory for healthcare providers who use electrocardiography in diagnosis and treatment.
This handbook for medical professionals covers basic cardiac anatomy, physiology and electrocardiography, as well as the most common arrhythmias and treatments.
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