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electrocardiography

Definitions

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  • noun the science of the preparation and diagnostic interpretation of electrocardiograms

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  • noun diagnostic procedure consisting of recording the activity of the heart electronically with a cardiograph (and producing a cardiogram)

Etymologies

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electro- +‎ cardiography

Examples

  • This annual checkup includes echocardiography and electrocardiography.

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  • Nora had a full evaluation, including echocardiography and electrocardiography.

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  • Engineers innovate and create, building the roads we walk on, analyzing the watersheds we drink from, realizing robotic technology used explore our DNA and improving the electrocardiography (EKG) machines that one day might save our lives.

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  • He also has a doctorate in exercise physiology and for 18 years was a college professor of electrocardiography.

    Jerry Zezima: "Have a Knife Day"

  • He also has a doctorate in exercise physiology and for 18 years was a college professor of electrocardiography.

    Jerry Zezima: "Have a Knife Day"

  • He also has a doctorate in exercise physiology and for 18 years was a college professor of electrocardiography.

    Jerry Zezima: "Have a Knife Day"

  • He also has a doctorate in exercise physiology and for 18 years was a college professor of electrocardiography.

    Jerry Zezima: "Have a Knife Day"

  • He also has a doctorate in exercise physiology and for 18 years was a college professor of electrocardiography.

    Jerry Zezima: "Have a Knife Day"

  • Exercise electrocardiography stress ECG does the same thing on a treadmill.

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  • Examines patient for symptoms of organic or congenital disorders and determines nature and extent of injury or disorder, using diagnostic aids, such as X-ray machine, blood tests, electrocardiography.

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