tachogram


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tachogram

 [tak´o-gram]
the graphic record produced by tachography.

tach·o·gram

(tak'ō-gram),
Record made by a tachometer.
[G. tachos, speed, + gramma, mark]

tachogram

the graphic record produced by tachography.
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The 24-hour NN tachogram showed peaks of turbulence onset and rebound effect of slowing down in both groups 1 and 2, which was found to be statistically significantly different as compared to controls (p<0.
4 changes of currents, vibration speeds and noises of electromagnetic nature at the considered motors' operation on the given tachogram are presented.
To analyze data lengths of 5 minutes, 256 seconds of RR interval data was taken from the tachogram and interpolated at 4 Hz to get 1024 points.
Briefly, each tachogram was first filtered using an automated beat rejection and interpolation algorithm.
All HRV measures were computed on each 5-min epoch from a rate tachogram constructed from acceptable NN intervals (Berger et al.
Time domain parameters, such as RMSSD, pNN50, mean RR intervals, and SDNN, give us the information about the autonomic activity in the person whereas power spectral analysis of the RR tachogram using fast Fourier transformation gives the LF, high-frequency (HF), and very low frequency (VLF) values, which gives information on the autonomic balance, that is, dominant sympathetic or parasympathetic tone in the subject.
After R wave peak detection, tachograms were generated during each protocol and exercise tests, containing all heart period fluctuations within this time segment.