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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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(2000) A new impedance cardiographic device for the noninvasive evaluation of cardiac output at rest and during exercise: a comparison with the "direct" Fick method.
The effects of epinephrine administration on impedance cardiographic measures of cardiovascular function.
Acoustic cardiographic indices of transmyocardial ischemia during percutaneous coronary intervention.
Ultrasonic cardiographic data were recorded, including the right ventricular diameter, right ventricular outflow tract diameter, main pulmonary artery diameter, left atrial diameter, left ventricular diastolic diameter, left ventricular systolic diameter, left ventricular outflow tract diameter, interventricular septal thickness, aortic root dimension, ejection fraction, mitral regurgitation, pericardial effusion, and left ventricular mass index.
(13.) Korpiner R, Simola M, Saarnivaara L; effects of esmolol on the haemodynamic and electro cardiographic changes during laryngoscopy under propofol--alfentanyl anaesthesia Acta Anaesthesiol.
* One of the echo cardiographic variables to differentiate between HFrEF and HFnEF was left ventricular end diastolic diameter.
Echo cardiographic 8 100 28 100 evidence of Carditis i.e., evidence of Mitral regurgitation and or other valvular abnormalities.
This affects the electro- cardiographic signals between the end of QRS complex and the initial part of ST segment thus generating these low voltage fractionated signals6.
Correlation of LAVI and echo cardiographic variables was made using liner regression model.