Posted on - April 27, 2021
Spandan Portable ECG’s live monitoring test lets you take ECG and share the real time reports of your heart from the comfort of your home with your doctor. For nearly 100 years ECG has been set as a fundamental pillar for medical practices. This simple, ubiquitous test is important for the diagnosis of a wide range of medical conditions. With technology innovation now anyone can take ECG anytime anywhere, one such technology is Spandan portable ECG Device. When people have symptoms of heart problems, doctors often use ECG to help diagnose the problem. It communicates vital information regarding the electrophysiological properties, myocardial tissues, and the condition of the patients beating heart. It is a non-invasive diagnostic tool for monitoring a wide array of patients.
It is difficult for the doctor to diagnose a problem after reviewing the ECG as the symptoms come and go and therefore he may recommend you to undergo live monitoring. Staying at the hospital for 24 to 48 hours for live monitoring is a tedious and expensive task, therefore spending in a device like Spandan reduces the factors of affordability, portability. Spandan portable ECG is a single channel 12 lead ECG device which provides complete interpretation of your heart condition without any difficulty. Spandan acts as a portal to access 24x7 live monitoring of any precordial and limb leads, and helps the doctor to understand the effectiveness of the medication.
After the time frame of the monitoring has passed the doctor will read the activity journal and analyze the results of the monitoring. Depending on the results, some further tests may be recommended. It may also be revealed that your medications are not working or your dosage needs to be altered Once the cause is determined the doctor may start with the treatment. In case the person is already under some treatment plan, the doctor may adjust the dosage, and prescribe medications respectively. Live monitoring is especially useful when detecting heart rhythms that are painless and are not known. The doctor will further ask you to shift to a diet plan and will ask you to come for regular checkups.
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