Electrocardiography uses electrodes mounted on the skin over a period of time to monitor the heart's electrical activity. To identify any cardiac problems, this procedure is used.
ECG is used to obtain the heart's structure and function. Some indications for performing an ECG include: • Cardiac attack or chest pain • ST elevated myocardial infarction • Suspected pulmonary embolism • Cardiac whispering• Monitoring of known cardiac arrhythmias • Fainting• Seizures• Monitoring of cardiac effects• Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy • Cardiac stress testing • Computed tomography • Patient biotelemetry
Holter (Ambulatory) monitoring | Event/loop recording | Cardiopulmonary exercise test (CPET)| Signal-averaged electrocardiogram | Heart rate monitor | Pacemaker monitoring| Electric axis of the heart | Medical therapies and procedures | Cardiac surgery and hybrid procedures | Transthoracic echocardiography
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