ECG or Electro Cardiogram is a diagnostic tool that is used to capture and keep in check the electrical and muscular functions of the heart. It is done to keep a check over the regular functioning in the person’s heart. Any problem in the ECG report can mean that the patient might be suffering from some form of cardiovascular disorder. A bad ECG report would be, where the consistency of the waves of would be disrupted meaning that the report or the ECG strip would have irregular waves.
X-Rays are radiological imaging services that utilize x-rays, gamma rays and other ionizing or non ionizing radiations to look for bone dislocations, fractures, hemorrhages inside our body. X-Rays are one of the most common diagnostic services required in the city and we are happy to provide to you at your doorsteps also.
Holter Monitor is a type of ECG procedure where the patient’s heart activity is monitored for a period of 24 to 48 hours or more depending on the doctor. It is used to check if the patient has irregular, slow or fast heart activity. It can also be prescribed to check on your pacemakers functioning if you have a pacemaker installed.
Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring is used to monitor a patient’s blood pressure during a normal day of their life as the apparatus is connected to their body for a period of 24 hours in the period when the data is monitored. The monitored data is then used to diagnose the patient with any disease or disorder that they might be facing.
Electromyography is electrodiagnostic medicine technique for checking and recording the electrical activity produced by skeletal muscles. This is used to check the functioning and the responsiveness of the person’s various muscles. This is also used to measure the biomechanics of human or animal movement.