ECG is an important tool for the diagnosis of heart disease. It measures the electrical activity of the heart and can reveal abnormalities that indicate heart disease. An EKG is usually performed when heart disease is suspected or when heart disease is present. The examination is painless and takes only a few minutes. During the examination, several electrodes are connected to the body, which then record the electrical impulses of the heart. The ECG provides important information about the function of the heart and can be very helpful in diagnosing heart disease.
An ECG should be performed regularly if you suffer from heart disease or are at increased risk for heart disease. An ECG is also helpful in monitoring treatment and detecting complications in existing heart disease. An ECG may also be performed if there is evidence of heart disease that has not yet been diagnosed. This examination can also be very important in determining heart disease risk and detecting heart disease early.
In the case of an abnormality, we will of course support you in the appropriate further care in the region or even in Germany.