Meaning of cardiographer in English:

cardiographer

Pronunciation /kɑːdɪˈɒɡrəfə/

noun

See cardiograph

‘A significant number of health workers - including nurses, radiographers, cardiographers and labourers - tested positive when they were scanned last week for thyroid nodules.’
  • ‘They may be assisted by cardiographers, and work closely with other technical and nursing staff.’
  • ‘There is close collaboration with the angiographers, echo cardiographers, as well as the cardiac surgeons.’
  • ‘This page describes the role of cardiographers, including information on entry requirements, training and career prospects.’
  • ‘The department has a team of dedicated cardiographers who provide an ECG and ambulatory monitoring service across the whole hospital site.’