The Electrocardiogram is a heart test that tracks the electrical activity of your heart and records it on a moving paper or shows it as a moving line on a screen.
An ECG tracing is the most simple, diffuse and cost-effective way to analyse the heart and detect irregularities that might lead to serious health problems such as a stroke or heart attack.
By looking at an ECG, a doctor can discern medically relevant information about the health and activity level of your heart muscle, much more than you can tell from your heart rate alone that performs most of the wearable devices.
Routine availability of ECG can facilitate early identification of cardiac problems or reassure you about your heart health.
It’s crucial however that your ECG is interpreted by your trusted doctor or an expert cardiologist.
With D-Heart we provide the first tele-cardiology service designed for the patient: within 10 minutes our expert cardiologist would analyse and report your ECG with a suggestion on how to handle your situation.
You need to seek immediate medical attention with the help of 911 to properly manage your problem – remember to show them your D-Heart ECG
You need to perform other cardiac tests within 2-3 hours in order to better define your problem – 911 can help you, remember to show them your ECG
Visit your trusted physician tomorrow. Evaluate with him the possibility of performing further testing if judged to be appropriate – Remember to show him your D-Heart ECG
Keep calm and reassure yourself. An expert cardiologist has evaluated your tracing and judged it to be normal – remember to show your trusted physician your D-Heart ECG