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2D Echocardiography
This is also known variously as Echocardiogram, Trans-thoracic echocardiogram, 2DE, 2D echo or just Echo. It is an ultrasound examination of the heart. This is also a very common examination done by the cardiologist. It enables the function of the heart muscle to be assessed. It also examines the valves of the heart and measures some internal pressures of the heart.

Essentially, you will lie on your left side for about 15 to 20 minutes while this test is being performed. A probe is placed on your chest to obtain a view of the heart from different angles. This is totally painless process.

In Cardiac Specialist Centre, all echoes are reviewed by specialists who have undergone advance training in echocardiography, and are accredited echo-cardiologists. This ensures that the quality of the examination is of high standard.

The following images are typical example of a normal heart. The still picture has the various structures labeled. This is a 4 chambers view where all 4 chambers of the heart can be see.

This moving image below shows the heart pumping. You can appreciate the muscle of the heart contracting and the valves opening and closing with each beat.

Consultation
Know Your Cardiologists

I feel breathless when walking.

I feel a tightness over my chest.

Do I need to take my medicine for my blood pressure?

Do I need to take my medicine for my cholesterol?

Do I really need stents for my artery?

Do I really need to have a bypass operation?

When should I go for health screening?

I have heart problem, can I take Viagra?

I have heart problem, should I exercise?

Heart Disease
Learn about your heart Conditions

You may need an ultra sound scan of your heart to assess its function.

You may need a treadmill stress test.

You may need closer monitoring.

You may need a more thorough risk assessment and life style change.

You may only need to take your medicine.

You may get away with just stenting.

This generally should start at 40 years old.

Yes, but there are certain strict conditions to fulfill.

Yes, but you will need to find out the appropriate intensity.