from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. An instrument that in a painless and noninvasive manner employs the differential transmission and reflection of ultrasonic waves to image structural and functional abnormalities of the heart.
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- n. A device that uses ultrasound to produce images of the heart
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- n. a sonograph that creates an image of the heart and its abnormalities
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Recent disruptive innovations include Nintendo's Wii gaming console, General Electric's $2,500 echocardiograph machine and Tata's $3,000 nano automobile.
Kelley Stewart, a doctoral student in mechanical engineering, and Charonko are working on a project in collaboration with cardiologists William Little and Rahul Kumar from the Wake Forest University School of Medicine to improve Doppler echocardiograph and MRI diagnostics for this disease.
All primary measurements such as LV wall thickness, dimensions, and cross-sectional areas were traced manually and digitized by goal-directed, diagnostically driven software installed within the echocardiograph.
An echocardiograph (EKG) at Hackensack's Gregory M. Hirsch Center for Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy would cost about $100 without insurance coverage, Tozzi estimated.
THE British Heart Foundation (BHF) has announced it has raised £9,500 towards a new echocardiograph machine for St Mary's Hospital.
$2,500 echocardiograph machine and Tata's $3,000 nano automobile.
We'll be doing laboratory diagnostics, an analysis of blood biochemistry, computer tomography, an echocardiograph, and many other functional tests. "