What are Cardiac Diagnostics?
Cardiac diagnostics are non-invasive procedures conducted to assess cardiac anatomy and function, as well as a means of monitoring heart and valve disease.
Spirometry is a measurement of airflow into and out of the lungs, as well as the assessment of the overall quality of the lungs’ function and capacity.
A Holter monitor is a portable device used to record the electrical rhythms of the heart over a designated period of time in order to document irregularities.
The ECG monitors the electrical activity in the heart. Using electrodes around your body, it tests oxygen levels going to your heart, and checks for any irregular rhythms.
Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring records a patient’s blood pressure while they engage in everyday activities to assess how their blood pressure fluctuates.