MCG

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MCGMedical College of Georgia
MCGMelbourne Cricket Ground
MCGMicrogram
MCGMouvement Citoyens Genevois (French)
MCGManchester Craftsmen's Guild (jazz band)
MCGMotorola Computer Group
MCGMajor Contractors Group (UK)
MCGMacquarie Communications Infrastructure Group (Australia)
MCGMagnetocardiogram
MCGMagnetocardiographic (recordings)
MCGMorphological Catalogue of Galaxies
MCGMuseums Computer Group (UK)
MCGMillennium Challenge Georgia Fund
MCGModèle de Circulation Générale (General Circulation Model)
MCGMclaughlin Consulting Group
MCGMendip Caving Group (UK)
MCGMcgregor, Texas
MCGMuseums Copyright Group (Europe)
MCGMuslim Consumer Group
MCGMusee Cantonal de Geologie (French)
MCGMobile Communications Group
MCGManagement Compensation Group
MCGMarvel Comics Group
MCGMarine Chemistry and Geochemistry
MCGMediterranean Cooperation Group
MCGMercer Consulting Group
MCGMechCommander Gold (game)
MCGMinnesota Coconut Growers
MCGMidwest Consulting Group, Inc
MCGMatthias-Claudius-Gymnasiums (German school)
MCGMalaysian Culture Group
MCGMicrocomputer Consulting Group, Inc (New York)
MCGMobility Central Group
MCGMary Campbell Gallagher
MCGMenlo Consulting Group, Inc. (California)
MCGMethylcrotonylglycine
MCGMindbank Consulting Group
MCGMontgomery Coscia Greilich LLP (Plano, TX)
MCGMid-Course Guidance
MCGMulticultural Greek Council
MCGMount Carmel Guild
MCGMcFadyen Consulting Group, Inc.
MCGMissional Community Group
MCGMichigan Consolidated Gas Company
MCGMelnick Consulting Group (Woodland Hills, California)
MCGMetropolitan Consulting Group
MCGMonash Campus Grid
MCGMushroom Club of Georgia
MCGMetaphysical Center of Gettysburg
MCGMonitor Control Group
MCGMobile Command Group
MCGMetal Coated Graphite
MCGMetro Consulting Group
MCGMillimeter Wave Contrast Guidance
MCGMedium-Caliber Gun
MCGMarantha Church of God
MCGMega Chain Gun (Quake gaming)
MCGMulti-Radio Conflict Graph
MCGMapping Class Group (mathematics)
MCGMontgomery County Government (various locations)
MCGManitowoc Crane Group (various locations)
MCGMysterious Cities of Gold (TV show; also seen as MCOG)
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The researchers say that their discovery can be applied to medical purposes, such as magnetoencephalographic or magnetocardiographic techniques that are used to measure the magnetic fields created by the brain or the heart, which in order to function properly need to shield out all other existing magnetic fields.
Non-invasive resting magnetocardiographic imaging for the rapid detection of ischemia in subjects presenting with chest pain.
Objective: More than two decades of research work have shown that magnetocardiographic mapping (MCG) is reliable for non-invasive three-dimensional electroanatomical imaging (3D-EAI) of arrhythmogenic substrates.
Methods: Magnetocardiographic mapping is performed with a 36-channel unshielded mapping system, based on DC-SQUID sensors coupled to second-order axial gradiometers (pick-up coil 19 mm and 55-70 mm baselines; sensitivity of 20 fT/[square root of Hz] in above 1 Hz), as part of the electrophysiologic investigation protocol, tailored to the diagnostic need of each arrhythmic patient.
The proposal to use magnetocardiographic mapping to guide aimed electrophysiology and ablation of cardiac arrhythmias is more than 20 years old (21).
Magnetocardiographic signals were digitally recorded in the DC-100 Hz bandwidth with a Windows-based acquisition system (24 bits A/D conversion, with automatic electronic noise rejection, at 1 kHz sampling rate) (Fig.
Magnetocardiographic mapping can be acquired simulta neously with 12-lead electrocardiogram (ECG), esophageal and/or intracardiac electrograms, and monophasic action potentials, recorded with the CardioLab System (General Electric).
Magnetocardiographic signals are analyzed with the system software (27) and with the UNIX-based MCG software developed atthe Helsinki University of Technology (Neuromag, Finland) (46).
Is there any place for magnetocardiographic imaging in the era of robotic ablation of cardiac arrhythmias?
Biomagnetically localizable multipurpose catheter and method for magnetocardiographic guided intracardiac mapping, biopsy and ablation of cardiac arrhythmias.
Comparison between electrocardiographic and magnetocardiographic inverse solutions using the boundary element method.
Non-fluoroscopic localization of an magnetic catheter in a realistic torso phantom by magnetocardiographic and body surface potential mapping.