Use of EKG to monitor cardiac rehabilitation

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What is an EKG to Monitor Cardiac Rehabilitation?

An EKG (electrocardiogram) is a medical test used to measure the electrical activity in the heart and can be used to monitor cardiac rehabilitation.

Why would I get an EKG to Monitor Cardiac Rehabilitation?

A doctor might order an EKG to monitor cardiac rehabilitation if they feel that there is an increased risk of heart complications or if they want to measure the progress of the individual's rehabilitation efficiency.

What Happens During an EKG to Monitor Cardiac Rehabilitation?

During an EKG to monitor cardiac rehabilitation, the individual will be connected to the EKG machine via electrodes placed on their chest and limbs. The machine will take a few minutes to read the individual's heartbeat, during which they might be asked to change the rate or rhythm of their breath.

What to Expect After an EKG to Monitor Cardiac Rehabilitation?

After an EKG to monitor cardiac rehabilitation, the individual will be provided with the results from their test. The doctor can then compare these results with earlier readings and determine if the rehabilitation is progressing as desired and/or if further intervention is needed.

Conclusion

An EKG to monitor cardiac rehabilitation is a medical procedure used to measure the electrical activity of the heart and track the progress of an individual's rehabilitation. The procedure does not take long and the individual will get their results shortly afterwards.

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