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Adj.1.cardiographic - of or relating to a cardiograph
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Doing surgeries and complete medical checkups of ENT, nervous system, digestive system, teeth as well as ultrasounds, cardiographic test and others, they gave advice and training to patients.
Their ultrasonic cardiographic and coronary angiographic data were collected, and the correlation between coronary artery lesion and left ventricular remodeling, systolic and diastolic function was analyzed.
Frohlich, "Echo cardiographic measurement of cardiac output in rats," American Journal of Physiology-Heart and Circulatory Physiology, vol.
ECHO cardiographic data before and after the experiment is summarized in Table 1.
Impedance cardiographic hemodynamic variables and hypertension in elderly Han residents.
Sensitivity and specificity of echo cardiographic identification of patients eligible for safe early discharge after acute myocardial infarction.
It provides specialised and complex services such as cardiographic surgery, bariatric surgery, renal dialysis, nuclear medicine, fertility treatment, and other medical and surgical services.
The present study is based on a concrete example of the Foucault cardiographic sensor, which is applied to track heart mechanical activity [2,3].
Kettering offers its well-known home study programs and on-site seminars in the following topics: Certified Asthma Educator, Certified Cardiographic Technician, Certified and Registered Pulmonary Function, Registered Radiographic Technologist, Certified and Registered Respiratory Therapist, Neonatal/Pediatric Specialty in Respiratory Therapy.