Explanation Of RJ And ECG Checks?
I want to ask, what is meant by the RJ (TPK) and ECG examination, huh? Thank you …
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The possibility of the intended RJ examination is a heart record (electrocardiography [ECG]), whereas ECG can be the same term as a heart record (electrocardiography) or refer to echocardiography examination.
The heart organ is an electromechanical system, which works by using an electric current to spread along the heart muscle to carry out heart muscle contractions. ECG is a supporting examination to record the electrical activity of the heart. ECG equipment consists of electrodes mounted on the arms, legs, and chest to detect the electrical current of the heart. The electrical signal captured by the electrode will be amplified and described as an electrocrocardiogram (heart recording). Through this examination, information can be obtained about the heart rhythm, heart rate, changes in the structure of the heart muscle, interference with the heart's electrical conductivity, and interference with the supply of oxygen to the heart muscle.
Meanwhile, echocardiography is a supporting examination in the form of imaging that uses ultrasound waves (USG) to assess the structure and function of the heart. This examination can help doctors identify problems in the muscles, valves, heart rate rhythms, heart membranes, and large blood vessels around the heart.
Do not hesitate to consult directly with the doctor who handles your health examination regarding the purpose of the acronyms and the types of examinations you will undergo. To enrich your horizons, you can read articles about cardiac examinations. Thus information from us. Hopefully always healthy. May be useful.