ECG

Or electrocardiogram. A recording of the electrical activity of the heart on a moving paper strip. The ECG tracing is recorded by means of an electro cardiograph. It aids in the diagnosis of heart disease, which may produce characteristic changes in the ECG.

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electrocardiogram

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electrocardiogram

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Electro Cardio Graph

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Electro Cardio Graph

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Aviation acronym: Electrocardiograph

Ecg

(Electrocardiogram). Graph showing heart's electrical activity. EEG (Electroencephalogram). Graph showing brain's electrical activity.
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Ecg

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ECG

(electrocardiogram, heart monitor) A medical test that checks the health of the heart by taking an electrical recording of the heart beat. Small pads are stuck to the chest. Wires are attached to the pads. These are connected to a machine. Doctors can examine the trace of the heart beat to see if the heart is working normally.
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ECG

A line graph that shows changes in the electrical activity of the heart over time. It is made by an instrument called an electrocardiograph. The graph can show that there are abnormal conditions, such as blocked arteries, changes in electrolytes (particles with electrical charges), and changes in the way electrical currents pass through the heart t...
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ECG

Abbreviation for electrocardiogram
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ECG

Abbreviation for electrocardiogram or EKG. The K is from "kardio" (in German).
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ECG

acronym: Ecosystem Conservation Group (UNEP, FAO, UNESCO, and IUCN)
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ECG

An ECG (electrocardiogram) is a test that measures electrical activity in the heart, and is used to identify heart problems. 
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ECG

An ECG, or electrocardiogram is an electrical recording of the heart used in the investigation of he
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ECG

ECG: Abbreviation for electrocardiogram or EKG. The K is from 'kardio' (in German).
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ECG

Electrocardiogram
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ECG

Electrocardiogram
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ECG

electrocardiogram.
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ECG

electrocardiogram. measures heart activity
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ECG

Electrocardiography. Graphic tracing of the electrical activity of the heart.
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eCG

Equine chorionic gonadotropin
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ECG

See electrocardiogram.
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ECG

Synonym for electrocardiogram ... <cardiology, investigation> An recording of the electrical activity of the heart on a moving strip of paper. The electrocardiogram detects and records the electrical potential of the heart during contraction. ... Acronym: ECG ... (13 Nov 1997) ...
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ECG

Type: Abbreviation Definitions: 1. Abbreviation for electrocardiogram.
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