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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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The devices can act as electro cardiographs and monitor oxygen levels and blood pressure.
That meant heart specialists could read emergency cardiographs sent from casualty at night and give instructions over the phone, saving vital minutes - and meaning the doctor did not have to get out of his dressing gown.
The medical equipment PPI includes CAT scanners, MRI, Cardiographs, and ultrasonic medical equipment.
Contract award notice: cardiographs and accessories.
For example, these are modern ultrasound machines, mammography, digital X-ray equipment, a gamma camera, magnetic cardiographs, a new generation of test systems for screening for HIV-AIDS, and more.
Having reliable network performance allows the hospital to plan the implementation of new services such as VoIP, in addition to an increasingly wide range of network-supported applications that improve medical care: "Today we provide all cardiographs digitally, but in the future we intend to extend the connection to other devices," says Mr.
02 collects ECG data from multiple sources within and beyond the walls of the hospital including Philips PageWriter cardiographs, Philips IntelliVue patient monitors, Philips telemetry systems, Philips HeartStart MRx defibrillators and more.
Philips PageWriter Trim: Philips new series of 12-lead diagnostic cardiographs dramatically streamline the way ECGs are taken, read, stored and transmitted.