CARDIOLOGY 

What does the cardiologist checkup?

Study and cardiological assessment with diagnostic tests such as echocardiography, electrocardiogram and stress test.

What is an echocardiogram?

Through an ultrasound wave emitter that is placed on the chest wall, images of different planes heart assessing the size of the heart chambers and thickness are obtai...

What does the cardiologist checkup?

Study and cardiological assessment with diagnostic tests such as echocardiography, electrocardiogram and stress test.

What is an echocardiogram?

Through an ultrasound wave emitter that is placed on the chest wall, images of different planes heart assessing the size of the heart chambers and thickness are obtained. To discover structural abnormalities in the heart.

What is a stress test or treadmill test?

A stress test or treadmill test used to diagnose angina pectoris, myocardial infarction, cardiac disorders such as arrhythmias that occur during physical activity and are not evident at rest. It is done by recording the electrocardiogram while the patient makes an effort, in static or running on a treadmill bike.

What is an electrocardiogram?

The electrocardiogram is useful to study the regularity of heartbeats, assess the size and thickness of the heart chambers, detect damaged areas as a result of a heart attack, etc. The electrocardiogram records the heart's electrical impulses and is performed with the patient at rest.

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