ECG Recording

A Range of ECG recorders and accessories to suit all budgets

The standard 12-lead electrocardiogram is a representation of the heart’s electrical activity recorded from electrodes on the body surface. This section describes the devices enabling you to record the ECG and the lead system used to record the ECG tracings.

Electrocardiogram (ECG)

An ECG records the rhythm and electrical activity of your heart. A number of electrodes (small sticky patches) are put on your arms, legs and chest. The electrodes are connected to a machine that records the electrical signals of each heartbeat.

Although an ECG can detect problems with your heart rhythm, an abnormal reading does not always mean there is anything wrong. Similarly, a normal reading does not always rule out heart problems.

In some cases, you may have an exercise ECG test, or “stress test”. This is when an ECG recording is taken while you are exercising (usually on a treadmill or exercise bike). If you experience pain while exercising, the test can help identify whether your symptoms are caused by angina, which is usually a result of CHD.

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