sphygmochronograph

sphygmochronograph

 [sfig″mo-kro´no-graf]
a self-registering sphygmograph.
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sphyg·mo·chron·o·graph

(sfig'mō-kron'ō-graf),
A modified sphygmograph that represents graphically the time relationships between the beat of the heart and the pulse; one recording the character of the pulse as well as its rapidity.
[sphygmo- + G. chronos, time, + graphō, to write]
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sphyg·mo·chron·o·graph

(sfig'mō-kron'ō-graf)
A modified sphygmograph that represents graphically the time relations between the beat of the heart and the pulse; one recording the character of the pulse as well as its rapidity.
[sphygmo- + G. chronos, time, + graphō, to write]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012