Diagnostics – what does that mean to you and us?
The definition says that a diagnosis is made through the combined evaluation of individual findings such as complaints, symptoms or syndromes. Normal diagnostic findings or non-pathological deviations of the norm can also help to make a diagnosis. The results are established by means of a anamnesis, a physical examination or through chemical or laboratory examinations.
You will receive a detailed medical conversation in our practice. The physical examination subsequently takes place. This involves:
- Palpation, auscultation and inspection
- Ultrasound examinations
- ECG and stress-ECG
- Lung-function test
- Long-term blood pressure examination
- Long-term ECG examination
- Heart echocardiogram
- Laboratory examinations
Our equipment is very modern, is regularly serviced and is connected to the electronic patient file. This ensures that all examination results, documentation and even external medical reports (provided by you) are always accessible by the doctors so that we can explain everything to you in detail.
Naturally we will provide you anytime with a detailed medical report after every check-up or every precautionary health examination. If you wish, your attending physicians can also receive this.