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19:22 Jul 24, 2010
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English to Dutch translations [Non-PRO]
Medical - Medical: Cardiology / ECG equipment
English term or phrase: mounted ECG
"Use one label per subject per visit for 12-Lead ECGs and one label per page for mounted ECGs." (context is er niet)

een 12-spoor EKG ken ik, maar een "mounted" EKG..? Ik neem aan dat het een "monitoring" betreft (langere EKG-opname met draagbare apparatuur), maar krijg grag bevestiging.
John Willemsen
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to mount -- to fix a picture to a larger piece of stiff paper so that it looks more attractiveBarend van Zadelhoff

  

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Reference: to mount -- to fix a picture to a larger piece of stiff paper so that it looks more attractive

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...en één label per pagina selectief afgedrukte ECG-fragmenten.

(ik weet niet of er een specifieke term voor bestaat, ik probeer alleen te laten zien waar het denk ik om gaat)

het probleem met het woord "mounted" is, dat het lijkt te verwijzen naar een hopeloos ouderwetse bezigheid

"High-tech ECGs and more. Have you ever operated a single-channel electrocardiograph (ECG) machine and mounted ECG strips one by one? The 12-lead machine I now use has the ability to download data via phone lines to the ECG-cardiology department, so ECG records no longer float around the hospital in interdepartment mail. This machine interprets and stores ECG readings and can recall ECGs done on prior patient visits."

wat in ieder geval gedaan werd, en wat verband houdt met de betekenis die "mounted" hier heeft, is dat interessante / bruikbare / noodzakelijke onderdelen van het geregistreerde ECG werden bewaard, d.w.z delen van de ECG-strook werden uitgeknipt "and mounted on some sort of material", d.w.z. ergens opgeplakt, op vastgemaakt, op bewaard of iets dergelijks

nu zal het zo gaan, stel ik me voor, dat je met een programma vereiste ECG-onderdelen bij elkaar verzamelt en daar A4-tjes van afdrukt en die in een map stopt of iets dergelijks

"mounted" zou dan neerkomen "op selectief afgedrukte ECG-fragmenten"


"obtain a number of ECG strip chart examples"

"The printouts described above, along with the editor's log and mounted ECG strip charts, are submitted in a folder to a cardiologist who routinely acts as first reviewer."

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4. The results from the editing pass (printout, editor's log, and
mounted ECG strips) are reviewed by cardiologists. If there are obvious editing errors, the tape is reedited; otherwise, Argus/H summary data along with results from the cardiologists (a Lown classification and a classification of PVCs as "early," "middle," or "late") are keypunched and entered into the data base for statistical analysis.

The operations of Steps 1 and 2 are adequately described elsewhere in this Report (see A-B) or in PR 9, but the last two steps need further elaboration.

Editing process and summary output. The present protocol requires that the editor obtain a number of ECG strip chart examples which describe the PVC activity in the record, including: 1) the basic rhythm; 2) at least two strips of each different PVC shape; 3) the earliest PVCs; 4) couplets and runs; 5) false positive PVCs; 6) PVCs missed by Argus/H but seen by the editor; and 7) other episodes of interest.

After the tape has been edited, a summarizing program is run to print the following: 1) a plot of PVC activity for each 15 minutes with an overall peak hourly PVC rate and time of such rate; 2) a plot of heart rate based on the average interval between adacent normal beats for each 15 - 27 minutes with an overall average heart rate; and 3) a gross summary showing
totals and percentages of true, false, questionable, and unedited (if any) PVCs, PVC rate adjusted and unadjusted for data loss (relative amount of time PVC detection was inhibited because of artifact), length of record, total number of beats, and overall average height of normal beats.

Cardiologist review procedure. The printouts described above, along with the editor's log and mounted ECG strip charts, are submitted in a folder to a cardiologist who routinely acts as first reviewer. If obvious editing mistakes are found, the tapes are sent back for reediting. If no obvious mistakes are found, a Lown classification is assigned, a record is kept of "early," "middle," or "late" PVCs, and possible minor editing changes are noted.

http://dspace.wustl.edu/bitstream/1838/600/1/BCLpr10.pdf

GENERAL PROCEDURES

ECG mounting and labeling

The 12 leads are mounted on one side of a cardboard sheet measuring 21 x 30 cm, as shown in Figure 1. The calibration signs along with the 12-lead ECG are mounted on one side. The 30-cm long lead II rhythm strip is mounted on the back of the same sheet.

FIGURE 1. Calibration signs and 12-lead ECG mounted on one side of cardboard sheet with 30-cm long lead II rhythm strip mounted on the back

http://www.scielosp.org/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S1...

Barend van Zadelhoff
Netherlands
Specializes in field
Native speaker of: Native in DutchDutch
PRO pts in category: 25
Note to reference poster
Asker: Bedankt, Barend. Ik dacht er gisternacht over na, en deze mogelijkheid kwam niet eens in me op.. Dit lijkt me inderdaad logisch gezien de tekst "one label per page for mounted ECGs", aangezien deze 1 pagina per spoor gebruiken

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