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We provide cardiologist interpretation of your 12-lead ECG recordings. We are supported by many cardiologists.
Cardiac Rhythm LLC has developed a 12-lead ECG analysis and interpretation computer software that help our cardiologists to give you a complete overview of your 12-lead ECG recordings.
If you have a previous 12-lead ECG, and your family doctors have not give you a complete overview your 12-lead ECG, you can scan your 12-lead ECG, and send your scanned 12-lead ECG to firstname.lastname@example.org, and our cardiologists will give you a complete overview of your 12-lead ECG recordings. It only costs $5.
We insure patient privacy by full compliance with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) privacy rule.
We would like to point out that in case of medical emergency, patients should go directly to the hospital emergency room or call 911.
MONITOR YOUR HEART ANYWHERE ANYTIME
If you buy our home 12-lead ECG monitor (home heart monitor, FDA approved), we love to assist you in understanding your 12-lead ECG recordings for a more efficient use and get maximum benefits. We also provide at least 3 FREE cardiologist interpretation of your 12-lead ECG recordings. We are supported by many cardiologists. Access to a handheld 12-lead ECG monitor can increase diagnostic capabilities for early detection of cardiovascular disease. With this great one-time investment ($299), you can record millions of high-quality 12-Lead ECGs at no extra cost.
Our home heart monitor is helpful in determining the cardiac rhythm at the time of symptoms at home. Our home heart monitor can be purchased with a prescription from a health care professional.
We provide ECG monitors to healthcare professionals from hospitals, doctors offices, facilities, clinics and more.
Please visit http://cardiacequipment.com/ to see more cardiac equipment for healthcare professionals.
ECG measurement and analysis for research lab
We help basic and clinical research laboratories for ECG measurement and analysis. We analyze ECG in animals for basic research and patients for clinical research.
We analyze arrhythmia and other cardiovascular disease. We examine atrial fibrillation, atrial flutter, myocardial infarction, left ventricular hypertrophy, right ventricular hypertrophy, Brugada syndrome, atrial hypertrophy, AV block (first degree, Mobitz I, Mobitz II, complete heart block), AV dissociation, right bundle branch block, leftt bundle branch block, fascicular block, Wolff-Parkinson-White (WPW) syndrome, long QT syndrome, atrioventricular re-entry tachycardia, AV nodal reentrant tachycardia, atrial tachycardia, ventricular tachycardia, ventricular fibrillation, torsades de pointes, pericarditis, pulmonary embolism, Wellens’ syndrome, hyperkalemia, benign early repolarization, hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, etc.
We analyze heart rate variability with linear (time-domain and frequency-domain) and non-linear methods.
Please contact us if your research lab needs ECG measurement and analysis.
An 12-lead ECG is done to:
- Check early signs of cardiac risk in 12-lead ECG and identify patients in early stages of cardiac risk.
- Check your heart when you have a family history of heart disease. It is essential to look for early heart disease if your mother, father, brother, or sister had heart disease—especially early in life.
- Check your heart when you have had heart problems in the past.
- Check the heart’s electrical activity. Also important is a comparison of the current 12-lead ECG with a previous 12-lead ECG.
- Find the cause of unexplained chest pain or pressure. This could be caused by a heart attack, inflammation of the sac surrounding the heart (pericarditis), or angina.
- Find the cause of symptoms of heart disease. Symptoms include palpitations, shortness of breath, dizziness, fainting, heartbeats that are rapid and irregular, heart pounding, racing or fluttering, or the sense that your heart is beating unevenly, breathing problems, tiredness and weakness, etc.
- Pay more attention to Brugada syndrome, Wellen’s syndrome, de Winter T-waves, STEMI (STD; STE in III>II; Horizontal or convex upwards STE; new Q-waves), Early reciprocal changes in aVL, STE in both aVR and aVL, STE in aVR > STE in V1, Low voltage plus tachycardia, Long QT, T-wave inversions in anteroseptal plus inferior leads, and many other possible abnormalities that may cause sudden death.
- Find out if the walls of the heart chambers are too thick.
- Check how well medicines are working and see if they are causing side effects that affect the heart.
- Check how well mechanical devices implanted in the heart, such as pacemakers, are working (these devices help to control the heartbeat).
- Check the health of the heart when other diseases or conditions are present. These include high blood pressure, high cholesterol, cigarette smoking, diabetes, and a family history of early heart disease.
- Screen your heart for early heart disease which has no symptoms.
In the United States, more than a third of the adults have at least one type of heart diseases. It is not at all unusual to know personally someone suffering from one of the heart diseases or who experienced sudden death due to a cardiac disorder. Sometimes heart disease occurs without expressing symptoms. However, electrical system to the heart malfunctions and abnormalities may have been present and detectable via an electrocardiogram (ECG).
Having a normal ECG in a physician’s office does not rule out potential serious heart disease since a patient may be asymptomatic in the physician’s office, and yet experience symptoms elsewhere. Thus, if the patient has access to a portable ECG device, the patient can initiate an ECG check when certain signs and symptoms appear, and the physician can correlate the patient’s ECG with the patient’s notation of symptoms — information that is crucial for an accurate diagnosis.
12-lead ECG records ECGs from 12 different views of the heart, and provides a complete picture of cardiac electrical activity. 1-lead ECG has inherent deficiencies compared to 12-lead ECG and misses out on many cardiac problems.
Once heart disease is detected, it is possible to determine the appropriate course of action; for example, certain lifestyle changes are implemented, medications are taken as prescribed and interventional cardiac procedures or surgeries are performed as recommended.
The ECG is a test that checks for heart problems by detecting cardiac abnormalities with the electrical activity of your heart. The 12-lead ECG is crucial in detecting cardiac arrhythmias and myocardial infarction. It also helps identify other heart diseases, including cardiac hypertrophy, heart inflammation, coronary artery disease, heart failure, electrolyte imbalance, etc. The 12-lead ECG has become the most commonly conducted cardiovascular diagnostic procedure and is a fundamental tool in clinical practice.
EKG recordings can help diagnose heart attacks that are in progress or have happened in the past. This is especially true if a current ECG recording can be compared to an older one.
An ECG also can show:
- Lack of blood flow to the heart muscle (coronary heart disease)
- A heartbeat that’s too fast, too slow, or irregular (arrhythmia)
- A heart that doesn’t pump forcefully enough (heart failure)
- Heart muscle that’s too thick or parts of the heart that are too big (cardiomyopathy)
- Birth defects in the heart (congenital heart defects)
- Problems with the heart valves (heart valve disease)
- Inflammation of the sac that surrounds the heart (pericarditis)
An ECG can reveal whether the heartbeat starts in the correct place in the heart. The test also shows how long it takes for electrical signals to travel through the heart. Delays in signal travel time may suggest heart block or long QT syndrome.
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If you have been having symptoms such as chest discomfort, pressure or pain, palpitations, shortness of breath, diaphoresis, fainting, and dizziness. You may likely ask yourself two questions: “Is it due to a heart disorder?” “Can the physician make an accurate diagnosis if my symptoms go away during my visit to a physician’s office?” The best answer is to check your 12-lead ECG right away when you have symptoms. Checking your 12-lead ECG right away can help find out if it is due to heart problems. If it is due to a heart disorder, an electrical system to the heart malfunctions and abnormalities may have been present and detectable via ECG check. The physician may not make an accurate diagnosis if your symptoms go away during your visit to a physician’s office.
We are supported by many cardiologists. We help you understand your heart.
Get a prescription from your doctor, you can record millions of high-quality 12-Lead ECGs at no extra cost.
Buy the most affordable 12-lead Home ECG Monitor, monitor your heart anywhere anytime, check early signs of cardiac risk, and get at least 3 free cardiologist interpretation of your 12-lead ECG recordings.
It is not at all unusual to personally know someone suffering from heart disease or who experienced sudden death due to a heart disorder. Sometimes heart disease occurs even without expressing symptoms. However, the electrical system to the heart can malfunction, and abnormalities may have been present and detectable via an ECG.
So, beyond diet and exercise, regularly monitoring your heart with a simple and easy to use ECG device adds another dimension to your health regimen. Also important is a comparison of the current 12-lead ECG with a previous ECG.
Having a normal ECG in a physician’s office does not rule out potential serious heart disease since a patient may not be having any symptoms in the doctor’s office, and yet experience symptoms at other times. A 12-lead ECG monitor is the best solution as you can track abnormality when you experience it.
We assist you in understanding your 12-lead ECG recordings for a more efficient use and maximum benefit. We also provide at least 3 FREE cardiologist interpretation of your 12-lead ECG recordings.
We sell the most affordable brand new high-quality portable handheld home 12-lead ECG monitor. Real-time ECG can be saved, displayed, printed on your computer, and we assist you in understanding your 12-lead ECG recordings, and you can also take with you to your doctor’s office. Doctors appreciate patients bringing in some ECG paper strips because it helps the doctor help you by seeing what happens over time and when you might be experiencing symptoms that he does not see during your brief visit to his office. ECG devices will become as popular as home blood pressure monitors have become because the price, simplicity of use and benefit to the user.
In summary, access to a portable handheld home 12-lead ECG monitor can increase your diagnostic capability for early detection of heart disease leading to a longer and healthier life. Buy the most affordable portable handheld home 12-lead ECG monitor at http://cardiac-rhythm.com/
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FURTHER READING: It is necessary to record 12-lead ECGs in the normal healthy state