12-LEAD RESTING ECG
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D-Heart is the first smartphone ECG device that is simple to use, clinically reliable, portable and affordable. It allows anyone to perform a hospital ECG in total autonomy with report signed by a cardiologist, issued in 15 minutes from the comfort of home.
D-Heart allows you to monitor your heart health, to answer possible symptoms unclear or di to monitor the effectiveness of drugs.
With D-Heart you can collaborate on the front line in the management of your health.
It is your job to record an ECG whenever you have symptoms. The resting ECG is an examination that is carried out in a few minutes. You can carry out the examination by comfortably receiving the device at home, avoiding long waiting times in hospitals and obtaining the report safely within 15 minutes on your phone.
Che cos'è un ECG?
The electrocardiogram is the graphical recording of the heart's electrical activity and of the variations that occur during the contraction (systoles) and release (diastoles) of the atria and ventricles, collected by means of electrodes placed above the surface of the body.
What is it for?
ECG is an examination that can detect the presence of any electrical changes in the heart.
It is used to verify that the heart is not suffering and that the heart rhythm is regular.
The information it provides, in fact, allows you to identify:
— the presence of any disturbances or irregularities in the heart rhythm (arrhythmia);
— the presence of enlargements of the heart in whole or in some parts of the heart;
— the presence of electrolyte imbalances.
The resting basal electrocardiogram is a simple examination, does not require any particular preparation, is non-invasive, is painless and is risk-free. It is performed by applying electrodes on the chest of the patient. It is an exam that is carried out in a few minutes. You can run it directly from home and receive the report quickly, avoiding long lines at hospitals and getting the report within 15 minutes on your phone.
Who is the exam recommended for?
Do you have regular chest pains or discomfort due to palpitations? Has your doctor not been able to give you a definitive diagnosis? The reason for this lies in the fact that the moment the symptoms occur does not correspond to the moment you go to your doctor. It is very difficult for your doctor to make a diagnosis when symptoms are no longer present. Your doctor can best determine the cause of your symptoms by registering a reliable ECG when symptoms arise. The best way to prevent a heart problem is to check your heart regularly with reliable tests. The risk of heart attack usually increases with age or by familial predisposition. It is therefore important to monitor your heart with regular checks.