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How long after a stress test and ECG will it take to get the results?

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Dr. Calvin Weisberger
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
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In brief: Ecg

In many cases you can get a report on the spot.

In brief: Ecg

In many cases you can get a report on the spot.
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Dr. Joseph Shen
Caution, stress tests can generate high numbers of false negative and false positive results, so be careful!
Dr. Terrence Cohen
Internal Medicine - Cardiology

In brief: Minutes to days

The interpretation of the ECG part of the test can be done immediately after the test.
If there is a nuclear scan or echocardiogram associated with the test, those parts will take longer. Of course, preparation of a typed report and delivery to the referring doctor will add some time.

In brief: Minutes to days

The interpretation of the ECG part of the test can be done immediately after the test.
If there is a nuclear scan or echocardiogram associated with the test, those parts will take longer. Of course, preparation of a typed report and delivery to the referring doctor will add some time.
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