echocardiograph


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echocardiograph

(ĕk′ō-kär′dē-ə-grăf′)
n.
An ultrasonic instrument used in echocardiography.

Echocardiograph

A record of the internal structures of the heart obtained from beams of ultrasonic waves directed through the wall of the chest.
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Echocardiographs are specialised pieces of equipment, which look at the structure of the patient's heart.
17) identified, over an eight-year period, 11 cases of myocarditis as systolic function involvement on an echocardiograph with no evidence of coronary disease.
Likewise, extension in Burn/Plastic Surgical Unit and up-gradation of dialyses units, echocardiograph room and nephrology units were made.
The CD contains the technique for performing an echocardiograph.
During the study, 14 asymptomatic patients prescribed statin drugs were examined using a Doppler echocardiograph to determine the left ventricular diastolic function.
5) Implantation of echocardiograph transmitters to evaluate resting heart rates in the birds used in our study was not considered because of the invasiveness of the implantation procedure.
Echocardiography: performed on echocardiograph "ALOKA--Multi-View" by the standard method as recommended by the American Association of Echocardiography, there were measured: end-diastolic size, end-systolic size of LV, left ventricular posterior wall thickness (LVPWT) and interventricular septum (IVST) in diastole.
Complete blood count with differential analysis, blood urea nitrogen, serum creatinine, liver function tests, urinalysis, chest radiograph and echocardiograph were normal.
The echocardiograph revealed normal left ventricular function with no significant valvular disease.
I did an ECG which showed his heart to be larger than expected so I ordered an echocardiograph for him.