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Synonyms for electrocardiograph

medical instrument that records electric currents associated with contractions of the heart

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We electrocardiographically observed QT parameters and their association with serum ferritin levels.
Electrocardiographically it is frequently noticed disturbances of ventricular repolarization in acute Chagas' disease (7, 10-13), which indicate that acute Chagas' myocardiopathy could be considered an ischemic disease; indeed pattern of wall motion abnormalities and delayed enhancement determined by Cardiac magnetic resonance in Chagas' disease patients may mimic ischemic cardiomyopathies, with especial predilection for the apical and inferolateral segments of the left ventricle (14).
2009), electrocardiographically assessed myocardial infarction (Everett and Frithsen 2008), and self-reported heart failure and stroke (Lee et at 2011; Peters et al.
The Losartan Intervention for Endpoint reduction (LIFE) trial included 9,193 hypertensive patients with electrocardiographically documented left ventricular hypertrophy.
Electrocardiographically, it is characterized by accentuated J wave primarily in leads V1 through V3 with ST-segment elevation, often followed by a negative T-wave and an R prime which is unrelated to ischemia, electrolyte disturbances, or obvious structural heart disease [76,77,78].
Deep vein thrombosis using noncontrast-enhanced MR venography with electrocardiographically gated three-dimensional half-fourier FSE: Preliminary experience.
Electrocardiographically, a relationship between ASD and incomplete right bundle branch block has been noted for more than 50 years.
Heart rate was monitored electrocardiographically throughout the test (ZAN ECG 800, Messgerate, Germany).
(5.) Reed NE, Teteris NJ, Essig GE Inferior vena caval obstruction syndrome with electrocardiographically documented fetal bradycardia.