CARDIAC TESTS

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
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