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Echocardiogram Stress Test
Chest pains! xray, CT scan, bloodwork, holter monitor, echocardiogram, echo stress test and EKG normal?! what can it be? Pain don't get worse when pressed
Esophageal spsm/GERD: All the tests you have had it rules out heart or lung pathology.It can be due to esophageal spasm, gastroesophageal reflux with or without esophagitis or due to costochondritis.Get a gastro enterolist consult and endoscopy to rule out GI causes or a trial of ppis like Omeprazole etc.Costochondritis may respond to non steroidal meds like Naproxen sodium. ...Read more
Stress affects most people in some way. Acute (sudden, short-term) stress leads to rapid changes throughout the body. Almost all body systems (the heart and blood vessels, immune system, lungs, digestive system, sensory organs, and brain) gear up to meet perceived danger. These stress responses could prove beneficial in a critical, life-or-death situation. Over time, however, repeated stressful situations put a strain on the body that may contribute to physical and psychological problems. Chronic (long-term) stress can have real health consequences and should be addressed like any other health concern. Fortunately, research is showing that lifestyle changes and stress-reduction techniques can help people learn ...Read more
Is an echocardiogram stress test EKG and Chest X Ray enough to discard any heart related problem such as heart failure?
I am a 50 year old female. Had 2 echocardiogram, echo stress test(may 2016), and right catherization (2011) done. Echos showed mitral and tricuspid re?
Question? Consult!: These little boxes are not good for answering specific patient case problems. Consider a cardiology consultation here on HealthTap. The kind of consult where you ask for help within the next 24 hours works particularly well for a complex case because it enables emailing back and forth with the details. ...Read more
Would an echocardiogram and stress test show if there was a blockage or problem in the carotid arteries?
Ekg last yr & have left anterior block. This year 2nd EKG showed the left anterior block & right. Did echocardiogram, Nuclear stress test.any idea?
EKG changes are: electrical changes. The echocardiogram and stress test are arterial tests. You did not mention your age or if you had an MI or arterial disease. The electrical changes may occur without arterial disease or they may be related. See your doctor and it is important to know if your doctor thinks at some point you may need a pacer. SEe a cardiologist for complete information. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is 5-http safe for someone who has benign pvc's. I have had a full cardiac evaluation including mri, echocardiogram, and stress test.
Had echocardiogram, nuclear stress test w cardiolite, EKG and 30 day holter. Does the echo and nuclear test rule out CAD or any potential blockages?
Echocardiogram, cardiac stress test, Coronary CTA, chest X-Ray... Do these tests rule out structural heart disease? What can cause NSVT if all normal?
Echo refers to reflections of sound waves, typically 0.5-10mhz, sent through a body structure, all variants of water density. Cardio refers to heart. Gram refers to a picture or graphical representation of the data. A form of us, these help see certain aspects of our hearts behavior/function, real-time in motion picture video. Quality & usefulness varies widely as ...Read more
A stress test is a cardiac test which can include walking on a treadmill and monitoring your heart while you are walking. They can also inject you with a nuclear material and do a more comprehensive scan on your heart to check for blockage. They can also do a chemical stress test which omits the need to ...Read more
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