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ECG at rest

Essential. This is the recording of the electrical activity of the heart. The ECG or "electrocardiogram" can be used to detect heart problems as Arrhythmia, Cardiomyopathy, Congenital heart disease, Coronaropathy, Valvulopathy, and the heart attacks.


Cardiac Ultrasound

Transthoracic echocardiography (ETT) is an imaging technique based on the use of ultrasound (high frequency acoustic waves) to produce images of the heart. This diagnostic examination allows the doctor to visualize the heart, and its movement, to assess the volume of the heart, its ability to contract and the functioning of the valves.


MAPA or Monitoring of BP

Portable device to measure blood pressure over a 24-hour period.



The treadmill stress test is designed to evaluate the effects of exercise on the heart. The results help doctors detect an Arrhythmia (abnormal heartbeat) and to confirm the presence or absence of a coronaropathy.

For intensive sportsmen, the stress test can be supplemented to a measure of the VO2 Maximum, ventilatory thresholds and lactic acid for determining and customizing the different metabolic zones of training. These various measures allow the intensive sportsman and his physical trainer to optimize the training and increase the performance.


Holter's Rhythm

An external handheld device that allows the continuous recording of heart rate and rhythm during normal daily activities this allows to detect heart rate anomalies, adjust drug treatment or associate symptoms with heart activity.

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