Clinically relevant electrocardiography; PQRST and U. (CD-ROM included).1550093428
Clinically relevant electrocardiography electrocardiography (ĭlĕk'trōkärdēŏg`rəfē), science of recording and interpreting the electrical activity that precedes and is a measure of the action of heart muscles. ; PQRST PQRST Palliative/Provoking, Quality, Radiation, Severity, Timing (Chest Pain Evaluation) and U. (CD-ROM CD-ROM: see compact disc.
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Schiavone, William A.
Most practitioners find electrocardiography to be a part of the mass of examination, interpretation and experimentation that is the diagnostic process. In a clinical setting the electrocardiograph e·lec·tro·car·di·o·graph
n. Abbr. ECG, EKG
An instrument used in the detection and diagnosis of heart abnormalities that measures electrical potentials on the body surface and generates a record of the electrical currents associated with is one of the most important pieces of information in determining root causes and possible treatments, yet it is also one of the most difficult to interpret when time is of the essence A phrase in a contract that means that performance by one party at or within the period specified in the contract is necessary to enable that party to require performance by the other party.
Failure to act within the time required constitutes a breach of the contract. . This volume gives clinicians and students a better chance at effective diagnoses, as it contains the most common situations along with succinct pearls, images, and enough data to take physicians to the right resources for a closer look. Organized for practical use, it's valuable not only when the patient is awake but also when he or she is receiving electrocardiography mid-procedure. Students can use it as a self-study guide.
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