An electrical tracing recording the rate, rhythm and complex details of the heart as it beats at rest.
This can provide valuable information such as: whether your heart is beating too fast or slow; if the heart is beating irregularly; if you are at risk of a particular type of stroke; if there is evidence of a previous heart attack; if salts in your blood, such as potassium are too high or low, and much more.
This is an ultrasound scan of the heart giving important information about how well it is pumping blood around the body.
It analyses the heart’s anatomy, efficiency and motion to give us a clear picture as to whether any of these factors could be contributing to your symptoms.
This is an echocardiogram that is performed after exercise, typically after running on a treadmill.
It gives a very accurate and non-invasive indication as to whether blood flow is limited to parts of your heart when it is put under stress.