Definition of Electrocardiogram

1. Noun. A graphical recording of the cardiac cycle produced by an electrocardiograph.




Definition of Electrocardiogram

1. Noun. (cardiology) The visual output that an electrocardiograph produces ¹

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Medical Definition of Electrocardiogram

1. An recording of the electrical activity of the heart on a moving strip of paper. The electrocardiogram detects and records the electrical potential of the heart during contraction. Acronym: ECG (13 Nov 1997)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Electrocardiogram

electroballistics
electrobasograph
electrobasography
electrobiological
electrobiologically
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electrobiology
electrobioscopy
electroblotted
electroblotting
electrocaloric
electrocapacitive
electrocapillarity
electrocapillary
electrocardiogram (current term)
electrocardiograms
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electrocardiographic complex
electrocardiographic wave
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electrocardiophonogram
electrocardiophonography
electrocatalysis
electrocatalyst
electrocatalysts
electrocatalytic
electrocauteries

Literary usage of Electrocardiogram

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1. Clinical Cardiology by Selian Neuhof (1917)
"42 — Plate V — electrocardiogram of patient with narrow heart. ... 48-49 — Plate V — electrocardiogram showing slight respiratory phasic variation. ..."

2. The Heart Rhythms by Paul Dudley Lamson (1921)
"CHAPTER I INTERPRETATION or THE electrocardiogram In the first part of this book it was hoped to give the reader a knowledge of the heart rhythms, ..."

3. Diseases of the chest and the principles of physical diagnosis by George William Norris, Henry Robert Murray Landis, Edward Bell Krumbhaar (1920)
"Extrasystoles or premature contractions appear in the electrocardiogram in very striking ... All are easily recognizable in the electrocardiogram and are ..."

4. Collected Papers by the Staff of Saint Mary's Hospital, Mayo Clinic by Saint Marys Hospital (Rochester, Minn.) (1920)
"OBSERVATIONS ON CHANGES IN FORM OF THE INITIAL VENTRICULAR COMPLEX IN ISOLATED DERIVATIONS OF THE HUMAN electrocardiogram* FA WILLIUS The literature of ..."

5. Monographic Medicine by Albion Walter Hewlett, Henry Leopold Elsner (1916)
"The electrocardiogram in dm- ical diagnosis. J. Am. M. Ass., Chicago, 1910, Iv, 135O-1352. ... Changes in the wave of the human electrocardiogram. ..."

6. Clinical electrocardiography by Fredrick Arthur Willius (1922)
"CHAPTER III THE NORMAL electrocardiogram THE normal electrocardiogram consists ... Normal electrocardiogram of Derivation II. interpretation of the normal ..."

7. Transactions of the Association of American Physicians by Association of American Physicians (1920)
"THE ROLE OF THE electrocardiogram IN PROGNOSIS: ... Yet even in the latter group of hearts the electrocardiogram may furnish important information as to the ..."

8. An Introduction to Biophysics by David Burns (1921)
"CHAPTER XXV THE electrocardiogram " Providence . . . can make a harmony In tilings that are most strange to human reason." MIDDLE-TON. ..."

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