A 12-lead ECG is a simple, painless and non-invasive test which records electrical signals of the heart.
A transthoracic echocardiogram is a painless, non-invasive heart scan performed by transmitting ultrasound waves through the chest to assess heart muscle and valve function.
Wireless Ambulatory ECG monitor
This test involves placing a wireless ECG monitor to the chest wall and monitoring continuously for 24, 48, 72 hours or 7 days.
24-hour ambulatory blood pressure monitor (ABPM)
The test is carried out by fitting a blood pressure cuff and monitor and taking regular automatic blood pressure recordings throughout the day and night.
Exercise ECG treadmill test
Patients with exertional symptoms may require ECG assessment during exercise to identify abnormalities that suggest poor blood supply to the heart or arrhythmia.
A Cardiac Magnetic Resonance (CMR) scan uses magnets and radiowaves to create detailed images of the heart muscle and related structures.
CT Coronary angiography (CTCA)
A CT coronary angiogram (CTCA) is performed by placing the patient into a CT scanner and injecting intravenous contrast, or dye, into a vein in the hand or arm to visualise the coronary arteries.