Schapiro sign

Scha·pi·ro sign

(shă-pī'rō),
in myocardial weakness, no slowing of the pulse occurs when the patient lies down.

Schapiro sign

An obsolete term that eponymously dignified the lack of a normal slowing of the heart rate upon assuming a recumbent position.

Scha·pi·ro sign

(shă-pī'rō sīn)
In myocardial weakness, no slowing of the pulse occurs when the patient lies down.

Schapiro,

Heinrich, Russian physician, 1852-1901.
Schapiro sign - in myocardial weakness, no slowing of the pulse occurs when the patient lies down.
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