How much does adenosine nuclear stress test cost?

Adenosine stress $$$. The cost depends on where you live and whether test is being done in a hospital facility or cardiologist office the cost can vary from 800$ to 2000$.

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Nuclear stress test or mri, which should I get?

testing. Your dr. Should be the source of which test is most appropriate for the information which he needs to take care of your situation. Tests are ordered to answer questions, out here we don't know your situation. Read more...

Increasing pvcs should I have a nuclear stress test?

VPCs. You should see your doctor to see why you have the extrasystoles and whether any workup is indicated. A nuclear stress test is one of the possible tests your doctor might consider. Read more...
Need to see your. Doctor and perhaps have a consultation with a cardiologist. After reviewing your history, conducting a physical and reviewing any appropriate laboratory tests, the medical team can make appropriate recommendations as to a diagnosis and/or further testing to determine a diagnosis. Read more...

Why and how often should one get a nuclear stress test after a stent?

Tests. Tests are performed when information is required to aid decision making. If a stent patient is doing well, there may be no reason for stress testing. Read more...

Can I get "hot flash" type feelings after having a nuclear stress test?

Nuclear stress test. I have done thousands of nuclear stress tests and haven't heard this complaint but i'm sure it can happen. After some agents like Persantine or Adenosine it could happen. I haven't seen it with exercise stress but again could happen i suppose. Read more...

Barring any new symptoms, what is a typical "warranty period" for a nuclear stress test?

Depends. Cardiologist takes into consideration any structural abnormalities, patient's particular symptoms, family history, and physical examination. If test is normal and remain symptom free probably would not be retested until change in symptoms. If abnormality on study may be reexamined at one or two years depending on clinical situation and physician's particular criteria. Read more...