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ENERGY
CHEMICAL
SHOWS
INSTRUCTIONS
TEST
ELECTRICAL LINE
ELECTRICAL DISTURBANCES
METAL WIRES
UNINTERRUPTED PATHWAY
RAPID ELECTRICAL SIGNALS
PROCEDURE BLOCKS ELECTRICAL SIGNALS
MEASURE NERVE CONDUCTION VELOCITY
OPTIMAL LISTENING
NETWORK
ELECTRICAL SIGNALS BACK
ELECTRICAL SIGNALS ARISING
CONDUCT ELECTRICAL SIGNALS
DISORGANIZED ELECTRICAL SIGNALS
ELECTRICAL SIGNALS FASTER
SENDING ELECTRICAL SIGNALS
ELECTRICAL SIGNALS TRAVELING
ABNORMAL ELECTRICAL SIGNALS
RESULT
CHEST
SCALP
COAXIAL CABLE
CONTRACTIONS
COMPUTER
CONTROL SYSTEM
CONTRACT
BRAIN CELLS
HEART RATE
DAMAGE
BODY
HEART RHYTHM
DATA
PLURALITY
PART
SUBSTANTIA NIGRA
PATHWAY
PATHWAYS
FAST
HEART MUSCLE
BLOOD
IRREGULARITIES
PACEMAKERS
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Definitions

  1. Electrical signals created by the S-A node follow a natural electrical pathway through your heart walls. (Web site)
  2. These electrical signals are then amplified and processed to reproduce clearly body sounds for the attender This guarantees that not a drop of sound is lost.
  3. These electrical signals are then provided to a satellite receiver that translates the electrical signals into a television picture and sound. (Web site)
  4. These electrical signals are then amplified and processed to reproduce clear system appears for the listener.

Energy

  1. A common method for detecting neutrons involves converting the energy released from such reactions into electrical signals. (Web site)

Chemical

  1. An ion channel is a membrane protein with an internal pore that opens in response to chemical and electrical signals, allowing passage of specific ions.

Shows

  1. It shows how long it takes for the electrical signals to travel through the heart.

Instructions

  1. Electrical signals from the brain travel through the nerves and give instructions to the various body parts. (Web site)

Test

  1. Electroencephalogram (EEG): a test in which the electrical signals of the brain are recorded.

Electrical Line

  1. Electrical signals on the bus are reflected at the ends of the electrical line unless measures against that have been taken. (Web site)

Electrical Disturbances

  1. In addition, all electrical signals, including electrical disturbances and other errors, are repeated and amplified. (Web site)

Metal Wires

  1. The electrical signals sent along the optical fiber degrade less during transfer than signals sent along metal wires (Cat-5 cables and USB cords).

Uninterrupted Pathway

  1. Continuity An uninterrupted pathway for electrical signals.

Rapid Electrical Signals

  1. Tachycardia occurs when an abnormality in the heart produces rapid electrical signals. (Web site)

Procedure Blocks Electrical Signals

  1. Instead the procedure blocks electrical signals from targeted areas in the brain.

Measure Nerve Conduction Velocity

  1. Nerve conduction studies, which measure nerve conduction velocity, determine how well individual nerves can transmit electrical signals.

Optimal Listening

  1. Digital stethoscopes need conversion of acoustic sound waves to electrical signals which can then be amplified and processed for optimal listening.

Network

  1. Data Link Layer, this layer is where we actually assign meaning to the electrical signals in the network.
  2. Physical - layer 1 -controls the actual electrical signals sent over the network and includes cables, hubs, and actual network links. (Web site)

Electrical Signals Back

  1. The nerves also carry electrical signals back to the brain that allow you to feel sensations.

Electrical Signals Arising

  1. The heart beats fast due to electrical signals arising from the ventricles (rather than from the atria). (Web site)

Conduct Electrical Signals

  1. Learn how the tiny particles found in air pollution may disrupt the ability of the heart to conduct electrical signals in this medical report.

Disorganized Electrical Signals

  1. In this operation, the surgeon makes small cuts or burns in the atria, which prevent the spread of disorganized electrical signals.

Electrical Signals Faster

  1. How it happens The sinoatrial (SA) node --- the heart's natural pacemaker - sends out electrical signals faster than usual.

Sending Electrical Signals

  1. The treatment works by sending electrical signals through your nerves to wake sleeping nerves.

Electrical Signals Traveling

  1. In AVNRT, a second conducting pathway arises, confusing the electrical signals traveling from atria to ventricles.

Abnormal Electrical Signals

  1. By looking for abnormal electrical signals in the muscles, the EMG can show if a nerve is being irritated or pinched as it leaves the spine.

Result

  1. It cannot transmit electrical signals to the brain properly and the result is a feeling of numbness, tingling or pain in the areas that the nerve enervates.
  2. It's done to detect abnormal electrical signals that may result from the thickened heart muscle. (Web site)

Chest

  1. Much like standard electrocardiography (EKG), the Holter monitor records electrical signals from the heart via a series of electrodes attached to the chest. (Web site)

Scalp

  1. A number of electrodes are placed around the head and scalp and electrical signals are measured. (Web site)

Coaxial Cable

  1. The video signals are transported to video receiver 17 where they are converted from optical to electrical signals on coaxial cable 24. (Web site)

Contractions

  1. Specialized heart cells coordinate the contractions by means of electrical signals.

Computer

  1. Unlike a computer, however, the brain creates its electrical signals by chemical means. (Web site)

Control System

  1. The stimulator 12 can be self-contained and include a signal generator or, alternatively, it may receive electrical signals from a control system 18. (Web site)

Contract

  1. The movement of the electrical signals causes your heart's chambers to contract and relax. (Web site)

Brain Cells

  1. Brain cells communicate by sending electrical signals in an orderly pattern. (Web site)

Heart Rate

  1. A pacemaker sends tiny electrical signals to the heart to increase the heart rate and relieve the symptoms of bradycardia.
  2. Heart rate is controlled by electrical signals sent across heart tissues. (Web site)

Damage

  1. Aging, damage to the heart from a heart attack, or other heart conditions can prevent electrical signals from reaching all the heart's chambers. (Web site)
  2. Electrodes at the catheter tips are heated to damage (ablate) the extra electrical pathway and prevent it from sending electrical signals. (Web site)

Body

  1. Thus, the sensors may detect electrical signals emanating from the body or portions of the body, pressure created by certain types of movement (e.g. (Web site)

Heart Rhythm

  1. An ECG records these electrical signals and can help your doctor look for heart rhythm and structure problems. (Web site)
  2. An ECG records these electrical signals and can help your doctor irregularities in heart rhythm and structure.

Data

  1. A change in the data could be the result of a disruption of the electrical signals that represent the bits.
  2. Fiber optic cables are made up of glass, and they transmit data in the form of light, unlike the copper wire that uses electrical signals.

Plurality

  1. The computer program comprises a set of instructions when executed by the CPU 306 generates the plurality of sets of electrical signals. (Web site)

Part

  1. A seizure occurs when part(s) of the brain receives a burst of abnormal electrical signals that temporarily interrupts normal electrical brain function. (Web site)
  2. The pace is controlled by electrical signals that begin in one part of the heart and quickly spread through the whole heart. (Web site)

Substantia Nigra

  1. The electrode targets the substantia nigra in interfering with the electrical signals that cause tremors, rigidity or bradykinesia.

Pathway

  1. Normally, electrical signals in the heart go through a pathway that helps the heart beat regularly. (Web site)

Pathways

  1. Surgery to change the pathways in the heart that send electrical signals; this may be recommended in some cases for people who need other heart surgery. (Web site)
  2. Brain cells produce electrical signals and send them from cell to cell along pathways called circuits. (Web site)

Fast

  1. Some of these abnormal electrical signals can travel to the ventricles, causing them to beat too fast and with an irregular rhythm.
  2. Nerve conduction studies measure how well and how fast the nerves can send electrical signals. (Web site)

Heart Muscle

  1. Electrical signals from a natural pacemaker cause the heart muscle to contract. (Web site)
  2. Contraction and relaxation are controlled by electrical signals that travel through your heart muscle.

Blood

  1. In addition to the electrical signals which have direct effect on the muscles of the heart arteries there are chemicals produced to modulate blood pressure. (Web site)
  2. This process continues over and over as the atria refill with blood and other electrical signals come from the SA node.

Irregularities

  1. An ECG records these electrical signals and can help your doctor detect irregularities in your heart's rhythm and structure. (Web site)

Pacemakers

  1. Pacemakers stimulate the heart muscle to beat regularly when the electrical signals from the top of the heart are blocked.

Categories

  1. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Society > Humans > Heart
  2. Atria
  3. Society > Humans > Heart > Ventricles
  4. Signals
  5. Electrodes

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