What Is ECG Interpretation?


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Kaleem Raza Profile
Kaleem Raza answered
Electrocardiography (ECG) for most of us is a very puzzling document. But to a doctors those squiggle and scrawls recording the electrical impulses set off by the heart mean something the peaks and dips, their shape and length, and irregularities in the pattern they make, tell a lot about the heart and circulatory system.

Useful as the electrocardiogram (ECG) has proved to be in diagnosing heart diseases, recording tissue injury and deterioration, it is none-the less a poor predictor of future heart problems in a healthy person. Many people have suffered serious heart attacks just days or weeks after an electrocardiogram showed an apparently normal heat.
The electrocardiogram (ECG) interpretation can be presented by, rhythm analysis, Measurements, conduction analysis, waveform description, previous ECG interpretation, and the comparison with previous EGG.

For taking results of ECG a typical graph paper is used to print-out the results of an electrocardiogram (ECG) records the rhythms and activity of the heart by ECG machine. Study of the various waves and normal vectors are producing the significant diagnostic information, Interpretation of the ECG as normal, or abnormal. Intermittently the doctor's use term "borderline" if they are unsure about the significance of certain findings. Including waveform description, conduct analysis cardiac system.
Lynn Perie Profile
Lynn Perie answered
ECG: Electrocardiogram.

That is the readout of the electrical impulses of the heart. Only a qualified doctor can interpret what ECG is saying about your heart.

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