What to expect

An ECG (electrocardiogram) records the electrical activity of the heart at rest. It provides information about heart rate and rhythm and shows if there are disorders of the heart muscle electric activity or evidence of any heart damage. To carry out an ECG, small metal tabs (called electrodes) are fixed to the skin via stickers. These electrodes are placed in a standard pattern on the shoulders, the chest, and the lower legs of your pet.
We are equipped with the veterinary ECG Cardiomaq VE 300


Facilitating detection and diagnosis of heart disease


Electrocardiography (ECG)




The following FAQs can help you learn more about our electrocardiogram services. If you have any additional queries, please contact us.

As sedation interferes with the heart function, the patient should not be sedated for a diagnostic ECG

No, this procedure is not painful and it is noninvasive. Of course, a nervous pet might feel discomfort, as we have to handle the patient.