Location & Date

North Chicago High School
1717 Seventeenth Street
North Chicago, IL
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Wed. February 15, 2017
8:25 am - 3:05 pm

Contact & Other Information

Mary Beth Schewitz
Max Schewitz Foundation

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Price: Free for all students




  Max Schewitz Foundation Screens for Teens at North Chicago HS - Feb. 15, 2017  
Hosted By: Phoenix Rising Foundation & Max Schewitz Foundation





 One Max, two missions.
Learn about our cardiac work at heartsmartekg.org
View our conservation work at maxandthewildthings.com

An electrocardiogram (also known as EKG or ECG) is a non-invasive test that measures the electrical activity of the heart and can detect some, but not all, heart abnormalities leading to sudden cardiac death. An EKG can sometimes indicate the presence of abnormalities which later testing determines are within normal limits. An echocardiogram is a non-invasive test that uses sound waves to produce images of the heart.

There is no known risk associated with receiving an EKG. There is a possibility of minor skin irritation and redness where the electrodes were placed. There is no known risk associated with receiving an echocardiogram.

For asymptomatic young adults, we recommend repeating the EKG test every two years. The heart changes over time, and some conditions are progressive and may not show on an earlier EKG, and there are conditions which do not manifest on every EKG, so a repeated test better allows capturing these changes and conditions.

This screening is underwritten by:
Phoenix Rising Foundation and the Max Schewitz Foundation.


Register early:  Students registered by Feb. 5, 2017 will automatically receive a FREE copy of their EKG by email from the Max Schewitz Foundation. If you would like a copy after the early registration, there will be a $10 service fee per copy.


 










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