Electrocardiogram (ECG)

ECG is a basic examination of the heart and is the most commonly used method to record physiological electrical activity of the heart via imaging.
ECG may indicate signs of arrhythmias (e.g. too fast, too slow, premature beats or fibrillation), atrial hypertrophy or ventricular hypertrophy, and is beneficial to the diagnosis of myocarditis and coronary heart disease.

Method of Examination

Electrodes are attached to examinee’s chest, hands and legs and connected to the electrocardiogram equipment. The process is completed within 10 or more seconds. Please note that no electricity is conducted through the electrodes.