Purpose of ECG

In electrocardiogram, the movement of heart is recorded as an electrical waveform to understand heart condition. It is an essential test for diagnosing arrhythmias caused by abnormal heart activity.

Conditions detected by ECG

Electrocardiogram can; discover heart disease, grasp present heart condition, and check the effect of ongoing treatment. By observing the waveform, it is possible to interpret whether the heart is contracting or expanding normally, the blood flow is smooth, and there is no abnormality in the myocardium.