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Electrocardiography (EKG) It is the recording of the electrical activities that
occur in the heart to examine the work of the heart muscle and the neural
EFOR (Treadmill) Test Effort test is applied to investigate the presence of
cardiovascular disease, to determine the effectiveness of the treatment in
known cardiovascular disease, to determine whether the irregularity in
heartbeat, that is, arrhythmia, occurs with effort, to investigate the effort
capacity of the patient in various heart diseases, and ultimately to examine
the effects of effort on blood pressure in hypertension. it is a test.
EKG Holter; It is a device that attaches to
the belt, such as a mobile phone. While the person continues his normal daily
life, the device records the heart electros during the planned time. At
the end of the period, the device is removed and the records taken are analyzed
on the computer. Thanks to this device, all rhythm disturbances
originating from the heart, such as palpitations, chest pains, fainting
sensation, which are not seen during the examination but last for a short time
during the day, can be detected.
Blood Pressure Holter; With the blood pressure
holter, the blood pressure of the patients are measured at frequent intervals
throughout the day, and their blood pressure and pulse rate are recorded during
their activities during the day, during sleep, during rest. Early
diagnosis can be achieved in patients who have not had hypertension before,
with measurements made between 24-72 hours. Patients with long-term
hypertension are determined at which time of the day their blood pressure
values increase and
treatment is arranged.