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ECG Electrocardiographic Doctor Cardiologist Manhattan NYC An Electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG) is a simple painless noninvasive test offered at theNew York Cardiac Diagnostic Center in Manhattan. An ECG records the rhythm and electrical activity of the heart. The cardiologist, Dr. Steven Reisman, may recommend an ECG for patients who may be at risk of heart disease because there is a family history of heart disease, or because they smoke, are overweight, or have diabetes, high cholesterol or high blood pressure. Additionally, a primary doctor may recommend an ECG if a patient is experiencing symptoms such as chest pain, shortness of breath, dizziness, fainting, or fast or irregular heartbeats (palpitations). ECGs are often performed to monitor the health of patients who have been diagnosed with heart problems, to help assess artificial cardiac pacemakers or to monitor the effects of certain medications on the heart. During the ECG test electrodes will be attached to your arms, legs and chest. The electrodes (sticky patches applied with a gel) will connect to some wires to help detect and conduct the electrical currents of your heart. This important test normally only takes a few minutes. The cardiologist will be look for a consistent, even heart rhythm and a heart rate between 50 and 100 beats a minute.
Comprehensive Screening package (includes 1-5 plus calcium score) - $2895 Cardiologist Manhattan: Cardiac Screenings NYC New York Cardiac Diagnostic Center has built a reputation as a cardiac center of excellence in heart screening NYC for the assessment and diagnosis of patients with all forms of cardiac ailments. We offer an unrivaled service allied with state of the art equipment and cardiologists who are among the best in their fields. What Is Cardiac Screening? Cardiac screenings are various heart tests performed in order to discover different types of heart problems before the symptoms begin. The purpose of heart screening NYC is to discover disease in their earliest stage when it’s still possible to treat or prevent them. Cardiovascular screening for heart disease may include tests to check your blood and other fluids, tests to discover inherited genetic markers associated with heart ailments, and imaging tests for the heart. Today, the leading cause of death worldwide is cardiovascular disease with over 17 million deaths each year. The American Heart Association is predicting that this trend will continue to increase. In the US alone, at least one person dies every 40 seconds due to heart issues. Cardiac screening tests are designed to greatly decrease the death rate through early detection and prevention. Do you have any questions for the best in class NYC cardiologist about heart screening tests? Would you like to schedule a consultation or appointment for a cardiovascular screening? Please feel free to contact Dr. Steven Reisman of the New York Cardiac Diagnostic Center and indicate which Manhattan diagnostic cardiology office (Upper East Side, Midtown Manhattan, or Wall Street / Financial District) you would like to see the cardiologist for a cardiac consultation.
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