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electrocardiographic

emanating from or pertaining to electrocardiography.

electrocardiographic monitoring
maintenance of a more or less continuous surveillance of a patient's cardiac status by means of electrocardiography.
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2], electrocardiographic features identified by Brugada and Brugada as harbingers of sudden death due to ventricular tachyarrhythmias (3).
In patients with unstable angina, the earliest electrocardiographic change associated with ischemia often is ST-segment depression or, as in this patient, transient elevation accompanied by upright, often accentuated, T waves in the affected leads.
As would be expected from the presentation with syncope, always an ominous symptom indicating extensive pulmonary embolization, and the striking electrocardiographic changes, the echocardiogram demonstrated right atrial dilatation, right ventricular dilatation and hypokinesis, and a flattened ventricular septum during diastole.
Subsequently, the sensitivity and specificity were determined in the subgroups of patients with and without an electrocardiographic diagnosis of high lateral wall MI, and results were compared with the historical cohort.
Objective measures of ischemia associated with cardiac events were elevated troponin T, elevated creatine kinase MB, and ischemic electrocardiographic changes.
Abstract: A patient with severe sepsis, who presented with moderate hypothermia and the classical electrocardiographic findings that have been described in patients with accidental hypothermia is presented.
The electrocardiographic diagnosis of right ventricular hypertrophy in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
eRT), (NASDAQ:ERES), a provider of centralized electrocardiographic (ECG) collection and interpretation services, has received an agreement for approximately $1.
In this new guideline, collaborated on with the Heart Rhythm Society (HRS) and the European Heart Rhythm Association, T-Wave Alternans received a Class IIa guideline under the section, Electrocardiographic Techniques and Measurements.
eRT), , a leading provider of centralized electrocardiographic (ECG) collection and interpretation services, announced today that Dr.
In addition to defacing electrocardiographic repolarization, severe hypokalemia, by increasing automaticity and slowing conduction, can cause a variety of tachyarrhythmias, including fatal ventricular tachycardia/fibrillation and rarely atrioventricular block (1, 2).
a leading developer of non-invasive electrocardiographic mapping technology, announced today that it will host a symposium during the Heart Rhythm Society's upcoming 34[sup.