Get a full heart health check with an electrocardiograph.

​​​​​​​We’re here for:

  • Irregular heartbeat checks (arrhythmias)
  • Heart attacks
  • Heart strain
  • Heart disease (angina)
  • Heart murmurs
  • Blood clots


Electrocardiograph 

​​​​​​​An ECG helps take a closer look at the causes of any shortness of breath, dizziness, chest pain, heart palpitations and more. It detects heart problems by measuring the electrical activity generated by the heart as it contracts and is a safe and non-invasive procedure with no known risks. Results are immediate. Sticky sensors (electrodes) are placed on your arms, legs and chest to monitor the tiny electrical impulses produced by the heart. We can check your resting heart rhythm, during stress or exercise, and over a longer period of time - depending on when you are experiencing symptoms. The ECG monitor will be able to detect signs of unnoticed heart attacks, arrhythmias, heart strain, coronary heart disease and more.

Summary

  • An electrocardiogram is a medical test that detects heart problems by measuring the electrical activity generated by the heart as it contracts 
  • ECGs from healthy hearts have a characteristic shape. If the results shows a different shape it could suggest a heart problem
  • A doctor may recommend an ECG for people who may be at risk of heart disease because there is a family history of heart disease, or because they smoke, are overweight, have diabetes, high cholesterol or high blood pressure
  • A doctor may also recommend an ECG for people who are displaying symptoms such as chest pain, breathlessness, dizziness, fainting or fast or irregular heartbeats.
  • This is a safe and non-invasive procedure with no known risk

  • The cost of an ECG is £50.00 and this procedure can be performed within a £55.00 GP consultation.

    If you'd like to book an appointment or make an enquiry, please give us a call on 0300 247 0121.

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