ventricular gradient

ven·tric·u·lar gra·di·ent

the algebraic sum of (that is, the net electrical difference between) the area enclosed within the QRS complex and that within the T wave in the electrocardiogram.
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Some of them, as for example ventricular gradient, were not used for years, because of a long computational time.
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