kinetocardiograph

ki·ne·to·car·di·o·graph

(ki-nē'tō-kar'dē-ō-graf, ki-net-ō-),
A device for recording precordial impulses due to cardiac movement; the absolute displacement of a point on the chest wall is recorded relative to a fixed reference point above the recumbent patient.

ki·ne·to·car·di·o·graph

(ki-nē'tō-kahr'dē-ō-graf)
A device for recording precordial impulses due to cardiac movement; the absolute displacement of a point on the chest wall is recorded relative to a fixed reference point above the recumbent patient.