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An electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG) is a form of diagnostic testing designed to detect abnormal rhythms in your heart. The goal of this procedure is to provide your healthcare team with a clear recording of your heart rhythm.
If you’ve been referred by your doctor for an electrocardiogram in Noblesville, IN, make an appointment for a baseline EKG at Riverview Health by calling 317.773.0760.
If you’re experiencing severe symptoms of an irregular heartbeat, such as fainting or dizziness, seek emergency medical attention immediately by calling 911.
An electrocardiogram will be performed at Riverview Health or one of its physician practices. Electrodes will be attached to your chest, arms and legs to detect the electrical currents of your heart. A standard EKG takes just a few minutes.
An electrocardiogram is an excellent diagnostic tool when you’re not feeling well or your doctor is concerned about your heart. However, getting a baseline EKG when you have no symptoms provides results that can later be used to compare with an EKG test when you are having problems. Having a baseline of your heart’s electrical activity helps your doctor better diagnose and treat your heart trouble.
Take a step toward a healthier life by evaluating your heart rhythm with a $10 baseline EKG at Riverview Health. You can get an EKG without a doctor’s order by purchasing it online at Riverview Health Direct Access Laboratory.
Riverview Health evaluates and treats a wide array of heart conditions for people living in Noblesville, Carmel, Cicero, Fishers, Sheridan and Westfield, IN.