cardiogram cardiogram


  • (n) a graphical recording of the cardiac cycle produced by an electrocardiograph



  1. Although millions of Americans have electrocardiograms done every year, the overall procedure is still cumbersome and costly.
  2. Result: a kind of cardiogram of teaching within every subject.
  3. But on its surface, Padros case seems stronger: His doctor gave him the pills after a checkup that included a cardiogram and treadmill stress test.


  • India's Accelerator GSF Graduates A New Batch Attacking Everything From Trip Planning To ECGs

    GSF, an incubator endeavoring to become a “TechStars” for India and the developing world, just graduated its second batch of startups covering everything from trip planning in South Asia to CRM to cheaper electo-cardiograms. The accelerator, which just started off a year ago, is the brainchild of longtime Reliance Entertainment executive Rajesh Sawhney. He’s been seeking a way to jumpstart a ...
    on August 14, 2013     Source: TechCrunch

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