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electrocardiographs

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  • noun Plural form of electrocardiograph.

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Examples

  • "The machine is connected by wires to each of you, and will make what are called electrocardiographs, in which every emotion, every sentiment, every passion is recorded inevitably, inexorably.

    Guy Garrick

  • "The machine is connected by wires to each of you, and will make what are called electrocardiographs, in which every emotion, every sentiment, every passion is recorded inevitably, inexorably.

    Guy Garrick

  • "The machine is connected by wires to each of you, and will make what are called electrocardiographs, in which every emotion, every sentiment, every passion is recorded inevitably, inexorably.

    Guy Garrick

  • As an alternative, Dr. Gigerenzer and his colleagues came up with a "fast-and-frugal" tree that asked the doctors just three sequential yes-no questions about each patient's electrocardiographs and other data.

    All Hail the Hunch—and Damn the Details

  • May administer injections and medications; dress wounds and incisions; assist with emergency and minor surgery; clean and sterilize in struments and equipment; conduct laboratory tests; record and develop electrocardiographs and X-rays.

    Discover What You’re Best At

  • The project uses broadband technology to transmit electrocardiographs from the field to the hospital before the patient arrives in the emergency room.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • The project uses broadband technology to transmit electrocardiographs from the field to the hospital before the patient arrives in the emergency room.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • We believe we have the potential to add value to each and every one of the electrocardiographs (ECG) performed each year.

    THE MEDICAL NEWS

  • The project uses broadband technology to transmit electrocardiographs from the field to the hospital before the patient arrives in the emergency room.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • You would wander through the building, hooked up to electrocardiographs, every flutter of heart valve and sweat gland monitored by doctors from afar.

    BLDGBLOG

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