I'm scheduled for a test in heart cardiology. For systolic murmur. I heard the test will take about one hour. What do I do there? Little bit nervous

See below. I believe they have scheduled for a 2D echocardiogram which is a fairly benign test. They will look at your heart with an ultrasound probe to determine the cause of your murmur. It is not painful and your would be just laying in a dark room on a table while they take some images of your heart. .
Heart test. there are many heart tests.Chances are you are having an echocardiogram which is a sound wave picture of the heart. It has no pain and is not 'scary' at all. There are other tests possible but you don't say what the test is..

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