Electrocardiography (ECG) – a graphic recording of the electrical activity of the heart. This is the simplest and at the same time effective method of examination, indispensable in the diagnostics of coronary heart disease (CHD), arrhythmia and conduction disorders, hypertrophy (enlargement) of the heart, electrolyte disturbances, sclerotic and dystrophic changes in the myocardium. The ECG makes it possible to determine the location of focal changes in the myocardium, their prevalence and duration with the highest accuracy.
Stress tests: veloergometry
Veloergometry (VEM) is required for the diagnostics of latent coronary insufficiency, assessment of exercise tolerance, and blood pressure response to exercise.
The method makes it possible to assess the severity of ischemia (angina functional class) and the efficacy of the prescribed therapy. Treadmill is a variety of dosed exercise (DE). This method is more physiological, especially for cardiac patients with concomitant pathology of the musculoskeletal system. Daily Holter monitoring is a long-term ECG recording under conditions of normal physical activity of a patient, followed by analysis of the record using special devices. The procedure is used for a more detailed analysis of heart rhythm disorder and conduction disorders.
|2.1. Rest electrocardiography||0 UAH|
|2.2. Cycle ergometer test||0 UAH|
|2.3. Holter ECG monitoring||0 UAH|