Electrocardiogram (ECG)


The ECG Department is equipped with the MAC 1200 machine with advanced algorithm capabilities and can perform 12 lead ECG computer analysis and interpretation. P wave signal averaging late potential analysis includes a degree calculator diagram.

What is ECG Interpretation?

An electrocardiogram or ECG, records electrical activity in the heart. An ECG machine records these electrical signals across multiple heart beats and produces an ECG strip that is interpreted by a healthcare professional. It is an assessment of your heart’s rhythm and used to detect poor blood flow to the heart muscle (ischemia). It can also diagnose abnormalities of your heart, such as heart chamber enlargement and abnormal electrical conduction.