An integral part of any cardiology clinic is a painless and side-effect-free ECG.
The examination gives an idea of the electrical activity accompanying the heart function (heartbeat) and its changes. The ECG curve is immediately displayed on a monitor.
The heart muscle contracts at each beat and emits electrical signals. These signals can be accurately perceived with electrodes placed at specific points on the body.
Based on the shape, protrusions, or flattening of the ECG curve (electrocardiogram) that emerges during the test, the cardiologist concludes that certain diseases are present