ECG

An electrocardiogram (also known as an ECG or EKG) is the recording of the electro activity of the heart muscle. Interpretation of an ECG provides information of the working and condition of the heart muscle.

During an ECG electrodes are attached to your skin. These electrodes catch the signals created during contraction of the heart. These represent the activity of the heart. An ECG can be performed while you comfortably lay down on the research table. The test is performed within 10 minutes.

An ECG is executed in our general practitioners office, making an extra visit to a laboratory is no longer needed.