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ECG test is a standard and painless procedure to detect heart-related issues. In this procedure, the leads from the ECG machine are connected to the limbs and chest of the patient. Sensors attached to his skin detect the patient’s heart’s signals each time it beats. These signals are recorded and printed by the machine.

 

Two types of ECG include the Holter Monitor test and Implantable loop recorder. Specific symptoms that indicate the need for an ECG include chest pain, dizziness, palpitations, Rapid pulse, shortness of breath, etc.

 

 ECG Computerised can be used to detect various heart problems like

  • Arrhythmias

  • Heart Attack History

  • Blocked or narrowed arteries

  • How well do specific heart treatments work

 

Heritage Hospitals should be your first choice if you or someone close is advised for an ECG test. With our trained staff, comprehensive care and the latest diagnostic aids, we strive to provide the best results.

ECG test is a standard and painless procedure to detect heart-related issues. In this procedure, the leads from the ECG machine are connected to the limbs and chest of the patient. Sensors attached to his skin detect the patient’s heart’s signals each time it beats. These signals are recorded and printed by the machine.

 

Two types of ECG include the Holter Monitor test and Implantable loop recorder. Specific symptoms that indicate the need for an ECG include chest pain, dizziness, palpitations, Rapid pulse, shortness of breath, etc.

 

 ECG Computerised can be used to detect various heart problems like

  • Arrhythmias

  • Heart Attack History

  • Blocked or narrowed arteries

  • How well do specific heart treatments work

 

Heritage Hospitals should be your first choice if you or someone close is advised for an ECG test. With our trained staff, comprehensive care and the latest diagnostic aids, we strive to provide the best results.

FAQ’s

The ECG Computerised procedure is advised for Initial cardiac evaluation for chest pain, palpitation, syncope, and routine pre-operative checkup.
The patient is made to lie on a couch, and the leads from the ECG machine are connected to the chest and limbs. Sensors attached to the skin detect your heart's electrical signals each time it beats. These signals are recorded and printed by the machine and are looked at by a Doctor to see if they are unusual.
The ECG test price in Varanasi costs Rs. 300 only, including everything. There are no additional costs that apply.
ECG’s Normal Range lies between 60 to 100 beats per minute, considered an even beating rate.
The most common ECG tests are Holter Monitor, Stress test, and Cardiac Event Monitor.
Yes, one must pay the full procedure payment. It cannot be delivered in two parts. No discounts are permissible.
Usually, it takes 5 minutes to 10 minutes for the procedure to get done, depending on the abnormalities. However, it may take some more time in some instances.
The ECG in Varanasi, at Heritage, is performed by qualified and highly skilled technicians under the supervision of Cardiologists.
In Heritage Hospitals, the procedure is performed by highly skilled trainers and Cardiologists.
ECG Computerised is a standard procedure that does not require prior written consent.
Not applicable; No one must sign any consent form to ask who can sign one.
One needs to take no specific precautions before this procedure. However, clothes from the upper body are to be removed during the process, so shaving your chest hairs beforehand is advisable.
There are no specific precautions that one needs to take after the procedure is performed.
No, the ECG Computerised procedure is an OPD procedure that does not require any hospitalisation.
No, the ECG Computerised procedure does not require any anaesthesia to be carried out. It is a non-invasive method of evaluation of blood flow in arteries and veins.
ECG Computerised procedure’s results are evident immediately after the procedure.
There is no risk in ECG Computerised procedure.
No, the repeat procedures are not free of cost. However, it may be performed free of charge if readings need better interpretation.
Yes, the money is refunded if the procedure fails or is not done for some reason.
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