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ECG| ECHO/ STRESS ТЕST

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ECG| ECHO/ STRESS ТЕST

Echocardiography, often referred to as an "echo," is a medical imaging technique that uses ultrasound waves to create detailed images of the heart. It is a non-invasive and safe procedure that provides valuable information about the structure and function of the heart.

During an echocardiogram, a specially trained sonographer or healthcare professional will apply a gel to your chest and use a transducer, a handheld device, to capture sound waves that bounce off the heart. These sound waves create real-time images of the heart on a monitor, allowing healthcare providers to assess its various aspects.

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