An ECG (Electrocardiogram) measures the electrical activity of the heart and gives important information about the rate and regularity of beats, the size and position of the chambers and any damage to the heart.
An ECG (Electrocardiogram) measures the electrical activity of the heart and gives important information about the rate and regularity of beats, the size and position of the chambers and any damage to the heart. ECGs can be carried out while resting or while exercising, depending upon the result required. Some of our hospitals offer an exercise ECG, which can be extremely valuable in diagnosing underlying coronary disease. It is also an assessment of exercise capability. It is a treadmill activity where the exercise load on the heart is increased to assess if sufficient oxygen is reaching the heart muscle.
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If coming from the south, travel north on Oxford Road, turn right onto Hathersage Road, then turn left on Upper Brook Street. Turn left onto Grafton Street, then take the second left turning into Manchester Royal Infirmary A&E, follow the road past the A&E and the car park entrance is on your right.
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