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  • a  of or relating to a cardiograph

  • The cardiographic checks on the President's heart showed satisfactory healing, and the doctors reduced the daily cardiograms from two to one a day (just before breakfast).
  • There is comfort in the fact that even in age the individual cannot be reduced to mere cardiographic blips and statistical abstracts.
  • At midweek, in his upstairs study in the White House, President Eisenhower underwent his first cardiographic and blood-analysis tests in a month.

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