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echo

verb copying, duplication, imitation, reecho, reflect, repeat, repetition, resound, return, reverberate, reverberation
Associated concepts: a circuit court decision echoing annther circuit of the US Court of Appeals
See also: agree, concur, copy, image, imitate, mock, reflection, reiterate, repeat, repercussion
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Good functional capacity was defined as ten METs or more, based on previous studies that reported overall mortality of less than 1% per year in patients achieving ten METs during exercise echocardiography.
Jellis praised the study and noted that echocardiography is associated with lower rates of hospital mortality.
After echocardiography, patients were further evaluated in one of four ways based on the decision of physicians and operating surgeons:
Echocardiography, particularly the transesophageal echocardiography (TEE) can efficiently diagnose and exclude LA thrombus and is regarded as the gold standard in this regard.
Antemortem diagnosis can be done by echocardiography or MRI.
The International Medical Outreach (IMO) programme, which is a partnership between Carolinas HealthCare System and the Heineman Foundation of Charlotte, donated echocardiography (echo) machines to the two hospitals and helped train technicians to operate the machines and to work with cardiologists to identify patients with heart ailments.
It is not only inappropriate indications that are a concern with echocardiography but also the frequency of repeat or downstream tests.
Unfortunately, in point form the book rarely adequately explains or explores echocardiography concepts which would suit a novice.
Patients and Methods: Two hundred eighty seven patients reported for fetal echocardiography.
ICAEL was established with the support of the American Society of Echocardiography (ASE), the American College of Cardiology (ACC) and the Society of Pediatric Echocardiography (SOPE) to provide a peer review mechanism to encourage and recognize the provision of quality echocardiographic diagnostic evaluations.
Harb and his colleagues assessed the usefulness of exercise stress echocardiography in asymptomatic patients in an observational cohort study of 2,105 consecutive patients referred for such testing to their institute in 2000-2010.