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English translation: IVS - intraventricular septom

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German term or phrase:Ge-En Med. Abk. (EKG)
English translation:IVS - intraventricular septom
Entered by: Evert DELOOF-SYS
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21:09 Mar 11, 2001
German to English translations [PRO]
Medical
German term or phrase: Ge-En Med. Abk. (EKG)
Wofuer stehen diese Abkuerzungen bzw. was ist die englische Entsprechung:

E=A
IVS
mmHg
Ulrike Spitzer
Local time: 05:24
IVS - intraventricular septom
Explanation:
IVS
interventricular septum
siehe auch Englisch Deutsch Glossar interventricular septum

E=A - Pschyrembel does list EA - Extremitätenableitungen within the context of ECGs, however, since you list E=A, I'm not sure that it is what you're looking for, but maybe this helps.

(deutsch) Extremitätenableitungen
(englisch) limb leads, limb recordings

EA: Abk. für 1. Eigenanamnese; s. Anamnese; 2. (kardiol.) Extremitätenableitungen; s. Elektrokardiographie


mmHG stays the same in English, it stands for
mmHg - millimeter mercury
mmHg - Millimeter Quecksilber
and is a commonly used unit of measurement for measuring pressure. For instance, intraocular pressure is measured in mmHG.

HTH.
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Summary of answers provided
naECG and EKG are both common
Elise Hendrick
naIVS - intraventricular septomUlrike Lieder
nasiehe unten
Elisa Capelão
naECG
Natalie Grassmann


  

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32 mins
ECG


Explanation:
EKG = Elektrokardiogramm



    have had a few!
Natalie Grassmann
Italy
Local time: 14:24
Native speaker of: English
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1 hr
siehe unten


Explanation:
EKG = ECG (Electrocardiogram)

IVS = Interventricular septum
mmHg = milimeters of Mercury (unit of measurament of blood pressure)


as for E=A I have no idea and cant find it anywhere.

Here are some references to confirm the other terms:


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... JA Gomes, EPS/EKG Section, Mount Sinai ... vs 8.3 +/- 6 ms/mmHg, P < 0.01), and ... S; early
diastolic: E; late diastolic: A ... basal interventricular septum (IVS) from an ...


BP and EKG recording
... determined from the EKG recording. This is ... Blood pressure was measured by means of
the DynaPulse ... pressure, mean pressure (all in mmHg), and heart ...
www.humboldt.edu/~jkl5/lab/BPandEKG.html
Dr Blood Pressure - high blood pressure and special cases
... For example, 113/67 mmHg means 113 millimetres of Mercury for the maximum
one (11.3) and 67 millimetres of Mercury for the minima (6.7). ...
www.drbloodpressure.com/08-sitpart5.shtml
www.bosti.ru/brady/brady.html


Re: [HPmusic] ECOncert
... with DJ's and such. and FYI, mmHg stands for Millimeters Mercury, a still growing
band featuring myself (travis carter) and Robert Voyer. The Hive this week is ...
musicians.uchicago.edu/list/archives/2000-04/msg00003.html




    siehe oben
Elisa Capelão
Local time: 13:24
Native speaker of: Native in PortuguesePortuguese
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2 hrs
IVS - intraventricular septom


Explanation:
IVS
interventricular septum
siehe auch Englisch Deutsch Glossar interventricular septum

E=A - Pschyrembel does list EA - Extremitätenableitungen within the context of ECGs, however, since you list E=A, I'm not sure that it is what you're looking for, but maybe this helps.

(deutsch) Extremitätenableitungen
(englisch) limb leads, limb recordings

EA: Abk. für 1. Eigenanamnese; s. Anamnese; 2. (kardiol.) Extremitätenableitungen; s. Elektrokardiographie


mmHG stays the same in English, it stands for
mmHg - millimeter mercury
mmHg - Millimeter Quecksilber
and is a commonly used unit of measurement for measuring pressure. For instance, intraocular pressure is measured in mmHG.

HTH.

Ulrike Lieder
Local time: 05:24
Native speaker of: German
PRO pts in pair: 3525
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8 days
ECG and EKG are both common


Explanation:
Im Englischen werden beide Abkuerzungen ziemlich haefig benutzt. In medizinischen Artikeln usw. kommt aber ECG haeufiger vor.

Elise Hendrick
United States
Local time: 08:24
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in GermanGerman
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