ECG With Report

What is an ECG with report?

An ECG with report (electrocardiogram) is a quick and simple test that assesses the electrical activity of the heart.

How does it work?

A number of electrodes will be attached to your chest and limbs and a tracing will be recorded while you are lying down.

This simple test provides information about your heart rate, heart rhythm and conducting system. It’s valuable in identifying heart muscle damage. All tests are reviewed and reported on by a Cardiologist.

How do I prepare for the test?

No special preparation is required for this test. Although it’s recommended that you wear clothing that can be easily removed from the waist up.

How long does the test take?

An ECG with report takes about 10 minutes.