electrocardiograph : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  medical instrument that records electric currents associated with contractions of the heart

  • By using a medical term, Geithner gave the impression that he had some fiscal electrocardiograph that could be strapped to banks to chart the strength of their accounts.
  • Now that the electrocardiograph has become a standard fixture in consulting rooms, doctors and patients often feel that a checkup is incomplete without its routine ceremonial .
  • When the patients were hitched up to the electrocardiograph, the doctors deliberately stirred up their emotions.
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  • Shetty in Livemint
    We have started placing ECG (electrocardiograph) machines in general practitioners' clinics, where (cardiac) tests can be administered. The reports are sent to us over custom-built software,Shetty says.

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