American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. An instrument used in the detection and diagnosis of heart abnormalities that measures electrical potentials on the body surface and generates a record of the electrical currents associated with heart muscle activity. Also called cardiograph.
- n. a device used in the diagnosis and detection of heart abnormalities that measures electric potentials on the surface of the body and creates a record (electrocardiogram) of the electrical currents associated with heart muscle activity
- n. medical instrument that records electric currents associated with contractions of the heart
- electro- + cardiograph (Wiktionary)
“The HRS-I system monitors people's health by capturing data - such as electrocardiograph signals and body surface temperature - and then wirelessly transmitting that data to a mobile phone or a PC where a health professional or family member can access it remotely.”
“Antonio Toumbas, who lives with and takes care of their 80-year-old, ailing mother, is going to school to become certified as an electrocardiograph technician, Paul Toumbas said.”
“Next, they built a body-heat powered electrocardiograph device (EKG) that monitored heart activity.”
“I hooked myself up with a series of electrocardiograph leads designed to monitor the heart rate and rhythm of cardiac patients during exercise.”
“Back then, the gauges were hooked up to an oscillograph, a machine that recorded data in squiggly lines on a moving roll of graph paper, something like an electrocardiograph did before the digital age.”
“When Parkland's chief neurosurgeon, Dr. Kemp Clark, arrived, an electrocardiograph machine was hooked up to keep track of the heartbeat.”
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“It is a 12 hour electrocardiograph recorded on a 12 hour tape.”
“The bad news is that actually researchers found that a portable CD player can cause an abnormal reading or electrocardiograph blip.”
“Though Wilson was young and had no history of heart trouble, many forms of heart disease could slip past a routine electrocardiograph.”
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