electrocardiographic


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Related to electrocardiographic: ECG, limb lead, unipolar leads, precordial leads

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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A new electrocardiographic algorithm to locate the occlusion in left anterior descending coronary artery.
To determine the basal values of the electrocardiographic parameters and arterial pressure, the physical examination was performed at the pre-experimental period (T0h), just before the administration of the ground N.
The assessment of RV infarction by three different quantitative measurements in this study was done to improve the diagnostic accuracy of RV infarction in patients with or without electrocardiographic evidence of right ventricular myocardial infarction (RVMI).
In our case there were clear electrocardiographic criteria that indicted STEMI of the posterior region, which was complicated by the development of cardio-genic shock and severe ischemic mitral regurgitation.
Pattern of electrocardiographic changes in preoperative check-up in patients undergoing ENT surgery.
Croft et al corrected the electrocardiographic evidence of RVI with radio-nucleotide studies and reported that elevated ST Segments in one or more right precordial leads showed increased sensitivity of 90% and specificity of (91%) in recognizing patients having RVI18.
Following the development of ambulatory Holter electrocardiographic recording and transtelephonic electrocardiographic monitoring (TTM) cardiac remote monitoring systems were researched widely and then applied in clinical practice.
Changes in the functioning of the heart will lead to change in the electrocardiographic pattern.
The project envisages mounting in the steering wheel two electric poles for electrocardiographic monitoring and sensors to detect pulse waves created in blood vessels when blood is sent from the heart.
The main theme of this article, effect of the preoperative electrocardiographic (ECG) data on postoperative AF development is a really original subject.