Echocardiography: this is the basic, pictorial method of examining the heart and blood vessels with ultrasound. On the screen we get an image created as a result of reflection of ultrasonic waves from the examined structures inside the body. In a non-invasive and safe way for the patient, it enables imaging of anatomical structures of the heart, valve movement, assessment of myocardial contractility and blood flow. The study also allows imaging of large blood vessels, which include the aorta, pulmonary arteries and main veins.
Resting ECG: is the basic record of electrical changes that occur in the heart muscle during contraction and relaxation. In a normal heart, the source of electrical impulses is usually the sinus node, which, by producing this impulse, is conducted through a network of fibers within the heart muscle and causes muscle contraction. This allows you to generate the so-called "Cardiac output," or blood ejection, to the largest artery in our body, the aorta. This in turn leads blood through a network of other arteries to all organs of our body. The correct operation of this system is necessary for the contraction of the ventricle, which provides each of us with life.