EKG

Electrocardiogram
Electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG) is a non-invasive test to gauge the heart's condition. It records and shows the electrical signal generated by a heart when it pumps. The electrical signal synchronizes all the pumping acivities during a heart beat.
Understanding Heart Arrhythmia with your home ECG monitor
This article will give you a better understanding of what an ecg strip means and it shows you what to look for when analyzing results from a personal or hospital ecg / ekg. You will be able to see pictures and graphics of the most common conditions detected by an ecg machine. We show you from the normal sinus rhythm to the abnormal ecg strip examples like Tachycardia, Bradycardia, Premature beat, Bigeminy, Missed beats, and Ventricular arrest. This is a good starting point to familiarize yourself with some of the ecg terminology and diagnostics.
Using Home ECG Monitor as a Poor Man's 12-LEAD EKG Machine
A home EKG machine, such as MD100A12, can only capture one signal at a time; however you can still obtain the 12-lead signals by taking measurements one at a time and positioning the electrodes accordingly.
Home ECG Monitor and its Many Uses
Home ECG monitor allows you to take a measurement anywhere and anytime you want. You may be able to catch the right signal for showing to your doctor.
How to Make the Most Use out of a Personal EKG Machine
The home ECG monitor will enable you to monitor your own heart condition if you following the steps suggested here. The monitor will not give you a diagnosis which only a doctor can do.