Definition of cardiogram in English:

cardiogram

Line breaks: car¦dio|gram
Pronunciation: /ˈkɑːdɪə(ʊ)ɡram
 
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noun

A record of muscle activity within the heart made by a cardiograph.
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  • The most common primary indications for emergency caesarean were presumed fetal compromise, intrauterine growth retardation or an abnormal cardiogram, and failure to progress.
  • Instead of the firmly stated latency value from the white-paper, we were facing something unbelievable, looking more like a cardiogram of a heart patient.
  • Along with Stone, we are permitted to see him, bare-chested in a medical clinic, undergoing a cardiogram.

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