ECG Dogs

  • Cardiology/Heart
  • Dog
  • Cardiology

Like in humans, ECG serves as a valuable diagnostic tool in veterinary cardiology. It swiftly reveals heart's electric currents, aiding arrhythmia detection and intensive care monitoring.

The ECG (electrocardiogram) is one of the most well-known aids in cardiological diagnosis and, just as in humans, it is also used often in veterinary medicine. Taking a routine ECG takes only a few minutes and it shows the electric currents in the heart of your dog. The ECG is particularly suitable for diagnosing cardiac arrhythmias and for monitoring intensive care patients.

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