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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In the case of endocarditis, findings on echocardiograph are often nonspecific or absent, which makes the diagnosis of chronic Q fever challenging (7).
They rushed Jason off to hospital where he had an echocardiograph scan, which showed up the defects.
Costing pounds 100,000 the machine, an echocardiograph (echo) ultrasound, is the third of its kind in the department and will perform 4,500 scans each year.
Transthoracic echocardiograph and pulmonary artery catheterization showed normal left ventricular function.
Over the last year, the BHF has invested in life-saving equipment, including 40 defibrillators, echocardiograph machines and ultrasound machines in North Wales.
Another short-range goal is to buy equipment for evaluating the health of young athletes, which we will need for the Sports Medical Foundation, such as for taking the echocardiograph.
The first step in treatment is usually supplemental oxygen followed by an echocardiograph to confirm the diagnosis of persistent pulmonary hypertension.
The appeal is to buy a 3D stress echocardiograph which gives detailed pictures of a patient's heart.
Physical examination, electrocardiogram, echocardiograph, and chest x-ray revealed no clinical manifestations in the father or son.
This new system has many benefits for those involved in the ICU: it enables medical notes to be entered in 'real time'; nurses can access nursing standards and drug protocols; enables morbidity, mortality and statistical reporting; provides data collection for the Australian and New Zealand Intensive Care Society (ANZICS); and pathology and echocardiograph results are available at the patients bedside.
The expert panel recommended adherence to the anticoagulation guidelines listed in the 2006 ACC/AHA/ESC guidelines, with the added comment that patients in persistent AF at the time of ablation should have a transesophageal echocardiograph to screen for a thrombus.
The British Heart Foundation has presented an echocardiograph machine to University Hospital of North Durham.