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I would like to know if anyone done this exam( hope is correct called it exam) and how much can be the cost for it. Thanks a lot for any answer.

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Are you an EEG tech or what exactly?

 

 

 

 

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Intracardiac electrophysiology study (EPS) is a test to look at how well the heart's electrical signals are working. It is used to check for abnormal heartbeats or heart rhythms

Expect hospitals may be able to provide approximate costs if you email them if nobody answers.  

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36 minutes ago, lopburi3 said:

Expect hospitals may be able to provide approximate costs if you email them if nobody answers.  

Hi Lopburi: I asked already but I got three different prices and noone of those hospitals are government hospitals: 35000-65000-90000 thb

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If you have the symptoms expect a government hospital would be much cheaper but have no direct knowledge - but you would have to get yourself under the care of a doctor there who feels a test is needed to order such a test and that may take time.  I don't recall anyone mentioning such a test but do not read everything.  

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It will be less at a govt hosp but exactly how much I can't say. Only large teaching hospitals would be able to do it.

 

Has a cardiologist advised that this test is necessary? Most arryhtmias can be diagnosed and managed without it.

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