electrocardiograph


elec·tro·car·dio·graph

noun \-ˌgraf\

Definition of ELECTROCARDIOGRAPH

:  an instrument for recording the changes of electrical potential occurring during the heartbeat used especially in diagnosing abnormalities of heart action
elec·tro·car·dio·graph·ic \-ˌkär-dē-ə-ˈgra-fik\ adjective
elec·tro·car·dio·graph·i·cal·ly \-fi-k(ə-)lē\ adverb
elec·tro·car·di·og·ra·phy \-dē-ˈä-grə-fē\ noun

First Known Use of ELECTROCARDIOGRAPH

1913

elec·tro·car·dio·graph

noun \-ˌgraf\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of ELECTROCARDIOGRAPH

: an instrument for recording the changes of electrical potential occurring during the heartbeat used especially in diagnosing abnormalities of heart action
elec·tro·car·dio·graph·ic \-ˌkärd-ē-ə-ˈgraf-ik\ adjective
elec·tro·car·dio·graph·i·cal·ly \-i-k(ə-)lē\ adverb
elec·tro·car·di·og·ra·phy \-ē-ˈäg-rə-fē\ noun, plural elec·tro·car·di·og·ra·phies

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