mechanocardiography

mech·a·no·car·di·og·ra·phy

(mek'ă-nō-kar'dē-og'ră-fē),
Use of graphic tracings reflecting the mechanical effects of the heartbeat, such as the carotid pulse tracing or apexcardiogram; phonocardiography is also usually considered a form of mechanocardiography.

mechanocardiography

The recording of pulsatile waveforms created by heart contractions, as seen in apexcardiography and carotid pulse recordings. It is not part of the working medical parlance.
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