Definition of electrocardiogram
: the tracing made by an electrocardiograph; also : the procedure for producing an electrocardiogram
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By using its washable circuits with sensors, sewn into the lining of the bra, which will then track electrocardiogram signals from the ticker.
A doctor in rural India treated a chest pain patient with the help of a portable GE Health electrocardiogram (ECG) device.
This event is being held in an effort to stop sudden cardiac arrest, and children 5 years and older are encouraged to take advantage of the echocardiogram and electrocardiogram screenings.
Bringing a copy of a recent electrocardiogram and a negative stress test is a good idea.
Take the electrocardiogram, which renders the heart’s electrical activity as lines on a page or a screen.
Women should talk to their doctors about an electrocardiogram (EKG) to uncover any existing heart conditions.
An electrocardiogram showed dangerously irregular heartbeats and abnormal electrical conduction through her heart.
Regular heart monitors collect data 75 to 100 times per second, but the new iPod-sized electrocardiogram machine samples at four times that rate.
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