Atriocarotid interval



atriocarotid interval

atriocarotid interval a·tri·o·ca·rot·id interval (ā’trē-ō-kə-rŏt’ĭd)
n.
In a venous pulse tracing, the time between the beginning of the atrial wave and the beginning of the carotid wave.

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