seismocardiogram

seis·mo·car·di·o·gram

(sīz'mō-kar'dē-ō-gram),
Recording of cardiac vibrations as they affect the entire body, by various techniques.
[G. seismos, a shaking, + cardiogram]

seismocardiogram

A recording made by seismocardiography, an obsolete diagnostic technique.
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Farzad et al [4] focused the detection the specific fiducial points of the Seismocardiogram (SCG) signal with or without using the Electrocardiogram (ECG) R-wave as the reference point.
Automatic and Robust Delineation of the Fiducial Points of the Seismocardiogram Signal for Non-invasive Estimation of Cardiac Time Intervals', IEEE Transactions On Biomedical Engineering.
Heart rate variability analysis using a seismocardiogram signal.
Three cardio signals were analyzed: electrocardiogram (ECG), which reflects the electric heart activity; impedance cardiogram (ICG)--reveals the haemodynamic properties of the cardiovascular system; seismocardiogram (SCG) that shows the changes of heart mechanic activity.
Mathematical Model of Seismocardiogram // World Congress on Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, 2006.
Three cardio signals were analyzed: electrocardiogram (ECG), which reflects electric heart activity; impedance cardiogram (ICG)--reveals haemodynamic properties of the cardiovascular system; seismocardiogram (SCG) that shows changes of heart mechanic activity.