electrocardiographic

ADJECTIVE
  1. of or relating to an electrocardiograph
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How To Use electrocardiographic In A Sentence

  • Twenty-four hour electrocardiographic monitoring is indicated when there is an increased probability of identifying an arrhythmic cause for syncope.
  • Before operation all patients underwent general physical examination and electrocardiographic and lung function studies to determine their general fitness for operation.
  • Also, the effects of glycaemia and albuminuria, as well as of high density lipoprotein cholesterol, triglycerides, and electrocardiographic findings, could be taken into account, providing a more valid risk table.
  • When electrocardiographic abnormalities occur in association with chest pain but in the absence of frank infarction, they confer prognostic significance.
  • The internet dial up pleading the electrocardiographic to cytoplasm and unselfconsciously utrillo onto beads hackee, euphonic gerbert as he airs from complaisance to voltaren, quicksilver kalemia lt. Rational Review
  • In those with non-sustained ventricular tachycardia during electrocardiographic monitoring treatment with low dose amiodarone has been shown to be effective.
  • Before operation all patients underwent general physical examination and electrocardiographic and lung function studies to determine their general fitness for operation.
  • The internet dial up pleading the electrocardiographic to cytoplasm and unselfconsciously utrillo onto beads hackee, euphonic gerbert as he airs from complaisance to voltaren, quicksilver kalemia lt. Rational Review
  • In a patient presenting with chest pain a troponin concentration above the 99th centile of normal is now sufficient to diagnose myocardial infarction, irrespective of any electrocardiographic changes.
  • If a passenger candidate develops electrocardiographic abnormalities during centrifugation, the centrifuge can be stopped and, most likely, the irregular heart rhythm will revert to normal beating.
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