Rapid or irregular heartbeat
Shortness of breath
Chest pain or weakness
Unexplained weakness
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1. What is an ECG Test?
ECG or Electrocardiogram is a test that records the electrical activity of the heart on graph paper. It's painless and safe. The doctors use small sensors called electrodes to record your heartbeat patterns.
2. What are the indications of an ECG Test?
The ECG test is used to: Diagnose a heart disease, Screen patients at risk of heart disease, Monitor the heart health of patient on treatment and as a part of fitness test done prior to various surgical procedures.
3. What can an ECG Test detect?
An electrocardiogram (ECG) is a painless test that can help diagnose a coronary artery disease, irregular rhythm, heart attack and more. ECG can work as an effective tool for early detection and prevention of serious cardiac complications.
Frequently Asked Questions
A medical imaging technique that allows us to see the image of the internal structures of the body. The procedure is quick and painless.
2. Is ECG painful?
No, an ECG is a painless and non-invasive procedure. It involves attaching small electrodes to your chest, arms, and legs, which are used to record your heart's electrical signals. The process is generally comfortable and does not cause any pain.
3. What is the duration of an ECG test?
The duration of an ECG test is relatively short. The actual recording process usually takes around 10-15 minutes.
4. Do I need hospitalisation for an ECG?
No, in most cases, you do not need hospitalisation for an ECG. It is a routine diagnostic test that can be performed in clinics or diagnostic centres.
5. Who will be conducting the test?
The ECG test will be conducted by a trained nurse.