Electrocardiogram (ECG)

Measure your Heart’s Electrical Activity

What Happens at a Electrocardiogram

During this quick and painless procedure, you will wear a hospital gown and an ECG technician will attach electrodes to various places on your chest, arms, and legs. 

The ECG technician may need to shave some small areas to ensure the electrodes stick.

You will need to lie still and breathe normally while the machine records your heart’s electrical activity. This usually takes about 10 minutes on average to complete.

Heart Problem Detective

One of the easiest ways to know for sure if you're having heart problems is through an ECG or EKG. The electrocardiogram monitors the electrical signal of your heart and can let a doctor know if their is something unusual going on.

Why Do I Need an ECG

Your Doctor most likely recommended that you receive an ECG for one of the following reasons:
  • You've Experience Chest Pain
  • Trouble Breathing
  • Tired or Weak More than Normal
  • Heart Fluttering
  • Your Heart Appears to Beat Unevenly
  • Unusual Sounds When Listening to Your Heart

Benefits of a Heart Consultation

In most cases your Doctor has recommended you to a cardiology specialist. We have the resources to determine if you need special diagnostic tests to identify any cardiac problems you may be having and start treatment.

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