- Diagnostic Tests
- Cardiac Catheterization-Diagnostic
- Cardiac Catheterization-Interventional
- Cardiac Catheterization-Lab
- Cardiac Nuclear Stress Testing
- Cardiac Rehabilitation
- Cardiac Surgery Program
- Electrocardiograms current position
- Stress Echocardiography
- Stress Testing
- Transesophageal Echocardiography
An electrocardiogram (ECG or EKG) is a routine test that is used to look at the electrical activity of the heart. The electrical activity is transcribed into a graph form called the EKG. Your doctor can use an electrocardiogram to look for patterns among these heartbeats and rhythms to diagnose various heart conditions.
- Holter Monitoring – Also known as ambulatory electrocardiogram (ECG), this is a continuous, 24-hour recording of the heart’s electrical activity. It detects abnormal heart rhythms that may occur during normal activities of daily living.
- Ambulatory Blood Pressure (BP) Monitoring – An automatic, lightweight, and quiet arm cuff provides multiple blood pressure readings over an extended length of time, usually 24 hours.
To schedule an appointment for a Holter or Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitor, please contact us: 973.754.2340.
For additional information, please contact us: 973.754.2310.
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