Identify Signs & Symptoms

Our cardiac tests identify evidence and high risk factors suggestive of heart disease.

Electrocardiogram (ECG)

A common non-invasive test that records your heart rate and rhythm to help evaluate your cardiac condition.

Cardiac Tests

Cardiac investigations are essential for people with symptoms suggestive of heart disease. They are also appropriate for people without symptoms but who have risk factors associated with an increased risk of heart disease.

The most common test is the ECG or electrocardiogram. It provides information on the general health of the heart, the conduction system and any previous heart attack.

Information on it and other specialised cardiac investigations is provided below.

Cardiac Tests
5 Things Your Cardiologist In Singapore Will Ask You To Do Before A Catheter Ablation
Catheter ablation is a procedure that uses radiofrequency heat (similar to microwave heat) to destroy abnormal heart tissue that causes irregular and rapid heartbeats known as cardiac arrhythmias. As your cardiologist would explain, cardiac arrhythmias can cause shortness of breath, weakness and fainting as a result of your heart's failure to effectively pump blood. While medications...
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Why You Should Undertake Cardiac Rehabilitation
As you age, your heart health becomes more of a concern. Here’s when cardiac rehabilitation enters the picture and the importance of undertaking it.
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What Exercise is the Best for Heart Health?
Keeping a regular workout routine is one of the best ways to improve your heart health. If that isn't reason enough to get your sweat on, it can also help you to lose weight, maintain a healthy weight, increase strength and lung capacity, and even improve your mental health - The list goes on and on!
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