Definition of Tachogram
1. Noun. A graphical record of speed and distance produced by a tachograph.
Medical Definition of Tachogram
1. Record made by a tachometer. Origin: G. Tachos, speed, + gramma, mark (05 Mar 2000)
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tachogram
Literary usage of Tachogram
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Blood-pressure by George William Norris (1917)
"FiG. 77.—The tachograph of von Kries: A. cuff; B, sensitive flame: C, camera. FiG. 78.—tachogram, after von Kries. FiG. 79. ..."
2. Heart studies, chiefly clinical by William Ewart (1894)
"Von Kries' tachogram taken from the upper part of the thigh in the same subject. (Reproduced from von Frey, ..."
3. Metabolism and Practical Medicine by Karl Harko Noorden, Carl von Noorden, Isaac Walker Hall (1907)
"He has found that, both in healthy persons and in those whose hearts are diseased, bodily work and the shortness of breath it produces affect the tachogram ..."