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Artwork of healthy ECG traces of the heart

Artwork of healthy ECG traces of the heart


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Artwork of healthy ECG traces of the heart

Healthy ECG heart traces. Computer-enhanced image of many electrocardiogram (ECG) traces of the normal heartbeat. These ECG heart traces show a healthy heart rhythm. As a pump the heart circulates blood around the body. An ECG heart trace measures this pumping of the heart as a series of small and larger waves. These waves correspond to the electrical activity of heart muscle during contraction: the smaller wave corresponds to atrial contraction, the taller wave to ventriclar contraction. This measurement of wave structure and frequency is an important means of diagnosing heart diseases like coronary heart disease, thrombosis, and arrhythmias

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Media ID 6421449

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Abstract Ecg Trace Electrocardiogram Electrocardiography Heart Beat Heart Monitor


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This print showcases the intricate artwork of healthy ECG traces of the heart. Through computer enhancement, this image displays numerous electrocardiogram (ECG) traces depicting a normal heartbeat. These ECG heart traces vividly demonstrate the rhythm of a healthy heart, which plays a vital role in circulating blood throughout the body. The ECG heart trace serves as a measurement tool for monitoring the pumping action of the heart, represented by an array of small and larger waves. Each wave corresponds to specific electrical activity within the contracting heart muscle: smaller waves signify atrial contraction while taller waves indicate ventricular contraction. This detailed analysis of wave structure and frequency holds immense significance in diagnosing various cardiac conditions such as coronary heart disease, thrombosis, and arrhythmias. By examining these patterns closely, medical professionals gain valuable insights into potential abnormalities or irregularities that may require further investigation or treatment. Beyond its clinical relevance, this abstract artwork beautifully captures the essence of human anatomy and physiology. It merges science with art seamlessly, offering viewers an aesthetically pleasing representation of one's life force—the beating heart. This thought-provoking piece is sure to captivate both medical enthusiasts and art aficionados alike with its fusion of scientific precision and artistic expression.

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