EKG

NOUN
  1. a graphical recording of the cardiac cycle produced by an electrocardiograph
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  • All OSU athletes must pass physical exams before playing sports, and if problems are detected they undergo more testing, such as electrocardiography, also known as an EKG, a university athletic department spokesman said. Reuters: Press Release
  • The EKG was normal, and the chest x-ray showed no infiltrates but blunting at the left costophrenic angle.
  • The spacecraft's EKG readings are so weak that the signal striking NASA's global network of deep-space antennas is only 10-16 watts — or one part in 10 quadrillion. A Space in Time
  • The EKG is the standard test for adults with heart rhythm problems, but it doesn't work on fetuses, adds Wakai. PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories
  • The cuff is just one element of a tangled web of tubes and wires, EKG leads taped to the hairs of my chest, while a pint of fresh blood drips slowly into an IV line, and oxygen meter taped to my left ring finger that glows red and adds a weird ET vibe to the whole affair. Will Bunch: How To Promote Your New Book From a Hospital ICU
  • He is starting her on a small dose and will up the dose after our next echocardiogram and EKG which is in 2 weeks. brile Diary Entry
  • EKG: sometimes called ECG, the abbreviation for electrocardiogram, a diagnostic test that shows the heart’s electrical activity. YOU The Smart Patient
  • My wife rushed me to the local emergency room where they gave me an EKG and administered blood thinners to break up the clot that was obstructing blood flow to my heart.
  • The EKG may show inverted t waves in right sided leads and the so-called epsilon waves. Is endurance exercise bad for the right ventricle?
  • The Mail and Guardian earlier in the month published claims that Motshekga had, among other things, fraudulently maladministered international donor funds in the past. ANC Daily News Briefing
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