Electrocardiography, Biology

Electrocardiography:

This equipment is used to identify cardiac conduction abnormalities that limit heart performance. Phonocardiography is used for recording cardiac sounds and murmurs using chest surface microphone and recording device. Phonocardiography and telemetric ECG is used to measure cardiac function during exercise in horses.

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