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Tread Mill Test completed in 63 minutes. What does it indicate?

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my tmt got completed in 63 minutes ,what it indicate.
Posted Sun, 8 Sep 2013 in Hypertension and Heart Disease
Answered by Dr. Anantharamakrishnan 12 minutes later
Brief Answer:
More data to interpret! / ECG not duration counts

Detailed Answer:
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Symptoms like chest pain / signs like blood pressure / ECG changes like downsloping ST depression 1 mm or more from the J point – are indicators of ischemia.
It is not the duration that counts... 63 minutes is rather too long for an ordinary person!

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Follow-up: Tread Mill Test completed in 63 minutes. What does it indicate? 23 minutes later
duration is 6 minute 3 second. Kindly recommend weather other parameter like heart beat rate of 102 at rest and maximum of 198 during 5min of exercise indicate any thing. More before tmt bp is 130/90 and during test it reaches to 174/80and also i had slight pain in chest during test .
Answered by Dr. Anantharamakrishnan 13 minutes later
Brief Answer:
Heart Disease unlikely...

Detailed Answer:

The resting heart rate is a bit high - could be from anxiety
The rate and pressure response to exercise are OK
Duration is reasonable
As mentioned ECG changes are a must to make the diagnosis...
Your age and these features do not favour Ischemic Heart Disease...

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