pneumogram


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pneumogram

 [noo´mo-gram″]
1. a radiogram made after the injection of air into the part.

pneu·mo·gram

(nū'mō-gram),
1. The record or tracing made by a pneumograph.
2. Radiographic record of pneumography.
[G. pneumōn, lung, + gramma, a drawing]

pneumogram

pneu·mo·gram

(nū'mō-gram, -mat-ō-gram)
1. The record or tracing made by a pneumograph.
2. Radiographic record of pneumography.
[G. pneumōn, lung, + gramma, a drawing]
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The second incident occurred when the pneumogram ran out of paper and could not record the event.
Whitney was transferred to this room and again placed on telemetry and a trend pneumogram.
Although there was no difference in time to extubation, no infant in the remifentanil group had any new abnormality on postoperative pneumograms, where (3) patients in the volatile only group did.
Sleep pneumograms are helpful if there is central apnea and if respiratory support is needed.