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pre·cor·di·al

(prē-kōr'dē-ăl),
Relating to the precordia.

precordial

pre·cor·di·al

(prē-kōr'dē-ăl)
Relating to the precordia.
Synonym(s): praecordial.

precordial,

adj pertaining to the region over the heart or stomach: the epigastrium and inferior portion of the thorax.

precordial

pertaining to the precordium.

precordial electric shock
precordial thump
a sharp blow to the sternum to revive heart action is used in certain types of cardiac arrest in humans. It has not been of proven benefit in animals.
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Houve tambem relato de unico episodio de dor precordial atipica, alem da presenca de ondas Q em parede inferior (DII, DIII, AVf) ao eletrocardiograma e acinesia de parede inferior de ventriculo esquerdo ao ecodopplercardiograma que demonstraram presenca de infarto do miocardio previo.
Ischemia provoked by LAD occlusion is reected by ST elevation in precordial leads8.
To study the incidence of right ventricular infarction in patients of acute inferior myocardial infarction using right precordial electrocardiography.
The Brugada pattern includes a pattern resembling RBBB with elevation of the ST segment in the precordial leads (V1V2).
Successful cardiopulmonary resuscitation of two patients in the prone position using reversed precordial compression.
The present study was aimed to determine ST-Segment elevation in right precordial leads in patients with pertinent clinical findings to find out the frequency of RVI at our centre Liaquat Medical College Hospital, Hyderabad14.
Se realizo un estudio descriptivo retrospectivo de corte transversal en una muestra de 126 coronarioangiografias e historias clinicas de pacientes con dolor precordial referido al momento de la consulta inicial, el cual motivo la remision para estudio valvular y coronario al servicio de hemodinamia de la institucion prestadora de servicios de salud Angiografia de Occidente, durante el 2012.
There are three different ECG patterns and in all three types, the ECG shows [greater than or equal to] 2mm J point (junction between the termination of QRS complex and beginning of ST segment) elevation and a characteristically shaped ST segment in the right precordial leads (6).
8) ST-T elevation in anterior precordial is a rare ECG finding of pulmonary embolism.
Electrocardiogram (ECG) changes in pneumomediastinum cases include decreased voltage, non-specific axis change, ST/T wave changes and elevated ST in lateral precordial derivations (12).
The measurement of heart sound through the esophageal stethoscope is more useful in measuring the changes in the heart sound consistently in accordance with time in comparison to the precordial stethoscope since it is fixed at one location throughout the surgery.