Your doctor may suggest you get an electrocardiogram -- also called an EKG or ECG -- to check for signs of heart disease.
It's a test that records the electrical activity of your ticker through small electrode patches that a technician attaches to the skin of your chest, arms, and legs.
EKGs are quick, safe, and painless. With this test, your doctor will be able to:
Some things you can do to get yourself ready:
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