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Treadmill Test Side Effects
Stress test: A treadmill test is a cardiac stress test, in which one exercises on a treadmill in order to make the heart work harder in order to see if this stress test on the heart shows signs that the heart is not getting enough oxygen-rich blood flowing to a part or parts of the heart.. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Stress test: Stress testing is an important modality for evaluating patients with known or suspected coronary heart disease (chd). When you take a treadmill (or exercise tolerance) test, data is collected (duration of exercise, any anginal symptoms, and changes on ekg). This data is used to come up with a score from which you are categorized as low, intermediate, or high risk for coronary artery disease. ...Read more
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My treadmill test positive for provocable ischemia with rescued specificity....What does it means?What can I do now?
My stress treadmill test positive for provocable ischemia with resuced specificity...What can I do now?
I started to feel 1 or 2 skipped beats while exercise. Had 24h holter, Echo and treadmill test 3 years ago. Nothing abnormal. Do I need to test again?
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