cardiograph


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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.
A transthoracic echo- cardiograph demonstrated an ejection fraction of 35% with normal function of the mitral valve prosthesis.
The poem links Gamow's world-lines and Einstein's world-threads with the cardiograph lines monitoring his father's heart: "I could imagine other shapes for the universe: / cylinders, barbells or the forms like the balloons knotted / into animals at the fair, but the terror was to imagine / any of them, finite or infinite, without my father in it.
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Now recovering at home, Alf said: "I remember going to hospital and waiting for a cardiograph.
HP M1700A Interpretive cardiograph physician's guide.
Show was anemic airing last summer on Italy's Italia 1; and is off the broadcaster cardiograph in France, airing on TPS digital satellite channel TF6.
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His manager Tommy Gilmour Jnr said: 'These electro cardiograph tests are unique to European title fights.
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The electrocardiogram (ECG) and the first derivative of pulsatile changes in transthoracic impedance (dZ/dt) were obtained from a Minnesota Impedance Cardiograph Model 504B using the Biopac physiological data acquisition system.
We nearly lost him, but he has, thankfully, made a full recovery and a cardiograph we had done on him showed his heart was back to normal.