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An   electrocardiogram   ( ECG    or   EKG )   is   a   simple,   noninvasive,   painless   test   that   records   the   heart's   electrical   activity   over a period of time using electrodes placed on a patient's body. Your doctor may recommend an EKG if you’re experiencing symptoms or signs that may suggest a heart problem, including: pain in your chest trouble breathing feeling tired or weak pounding, racing or fluttering of your heart a feeling that your heart is beating unevenly detection of unusual sounds when your doctor listens to your heart If   you   have   a   family   history   of   heart   disease,   your   doctor   may   suggest   an   electrocardiogram   as   an   early   screening   test,   even   if   you   have   no symptoms. EKG   leads   are   attached   to   the   body   while   the   patient   lies   flat   on   a   bed   or   table.   Make   sure   to   lie   as   still   as   possible   and   breathe   normally. You   shouldn’t   talk   during   the   test.   The   test   takes   about   five   minutes.   In   some   instances,   men   may   require   the   shaving   of   a   small   amount   of chest hair to obtain optimal contact between the leads and the skin. Sometimes   EKG   abnormalities   can   be   seen   only   during   exercise   or   while   symptoms   are   present.   To   check   for   these   changes   in   the heartbeat,   a   stress   EKG    may   be   done,   and   you   will   be   asked   to   walk   or   run   on   a   treadmill   or   cycle   on   an   exercise   bike   while   your   heartbeat is recorded. No   special   preparations   are   necessary.   However,   tell   your   doctor   about   any   medications   or   supplements   you're   taking.   Some   medications and supplements may affect the outcome of your electrocardiogram. If you would like additional information regarding our services or  to request an appointment, you can contact us by phone (952 80 53 68) or by email .
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An   electrocardiogram   ( ECG    or   EKG )   is   a   simple, noninvasive,   painless   test   that   records   the   heart's electrical    activity    over    a    period    of    time    using electrodes placed on a patient's body. Your   doctor   may   recommend   an   EKG   if   you’re   experiencing   symptoms or signs that may suggest a heart problem, including: pain in your chest trouble breathing feeling tired or weak pounding, racing or fluttering of your heart a feeling that your heart is beating unevenly detection    of    unusual    sounds    when    your    doctor    listens    to your heart If   you   have   a   family   history   of   heart   disease,   your   doctor   may   suggest an   electrocardiogram   as   an   early   screening   test,   even   if   you   have   no symptoms. EKG   leads   are   attached   to   the   body   while   the   patient   lies   flat   on   a   bed or   table.   Make   sure   to   lie   as   still   as   possible   and   breathe   normally. You shouldn’t   talk   during   the   test.   The   test   takes   about   five   minutes.   In some   instances,   men   may   require   the   shaving   of   a   small   amount   of chest hair to obtain optimal contact between the leads and the skin. Sometimes   EKG   abnormalities   can   be   seen   only   during   exercise   or while    symptoms    are    present.    To    check    for    these    changes    in    the heartbeat,   a   stress   EKG    may   be   done,   and   you   will   be   asked   to   walk or   run   on   a   treadmill   or   cycle   on   an   exercise   bike   while   your   heartbeat is recorded. No    special    preparations    are    necessary.    However,    tell    your    doctor about     any     medications     or     supplements     you're     taking.     Some medications    and    supplements    may    affect    the    outcome    of    your electrocardiogram. If   you   would   like   additional   information   regarding   our   services or  to request an appointment, you can contact us by phone (952 80 53 68) or by email .
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