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- abbr. electrocardiogram
- abbr. electrocardiograph
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- Initialism of electrocardiogram.
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- n. a graphical recording of the cardiac cycle produced by an electrocardiograph
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The system collects and remotely analyses long term ECG recordings by using a novel algorithm, which helps cardiologist to early identify signs of heart problems.
AnalyzeYou Inc. The system collects and remotely analyses long term ECG recordings by using a novel algorithm, which helps cardiologist to early identify signs of heart problems.
However, he acknowledges that further research is needed and says the next step will be to perform a long-term ECG study to confirm the hypothesis that AF and especially intermittent AF have been underdiagnosed in blacks.
The ECG is the "urban sister to the Appalachian Trail," linking major cities of the east coast for walkers, bicyclists, wheelchair users, and other non-motorized travelers.
Dr. Vetter says the ECG is a "recommendation," not a requirement that should prevent children from getting timely access to needed medicines.
Monday, April 4, 2011 at 3:30pm during the session titled ECG/Ambulatory Monitoring
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The ECG is a fundamental diagnostic tool in cardiology, allowing accurate diagnosis and monitoring of acute and chronic ischemic heart disease.
EKG: sometimes called ECG, the abbreviation for electrocardiogram, a diagnostic test that shows the heart’s electrical activity.
At present the diagnostic laboratories provide testing facilities such as ECG, X-ray and ultrasound.
The researchers will also demonstrate Sensium enabled Life Platforms, which expedition members will be wearing to monitor vital signs, such as ECG, heart rate, movement and muscle activity.
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