The electrical impulses and cardiac rhythm of your heart are assessed using an ECG. Sensors attached to your skin are able to detect the electrical impulses that your heart beats forth. A doctor examines these signals using an ECG machine to see whether they are odd after being captured by a machine. In order to identify and track heart-related diseases, an ECG is frequently utilised in conjunction with other procedures. The ECG machine can be used to look into symptoms including chest discomfort, pulses, dizziness, and breathlessness that could indicate a cardiac condition.