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My TMT stress test report

My TMT stress test shows : Stress Test Borderline Positive for Inducible Ischemia at very heavy work load - exercised for 9.22 min in bruce protocol and achieved 10.7 mets. Test terminated due to target HR attained. Achieved Max HR 159 BPM (94% MPHR) & Max BP of 160/80 MMHG. No Significant symtoms, Significant ECGC changes S/O ISCHEMIA
Asked On : Sat, 18 Jun 2011
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from the tests you need not be worried
you should consult cardiologist and and get lipid profiles /blood sugar /etc done and take medicines if required
have regular exercises and healthy diets
Answered: Sun, 26 Jun 2011
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Please use following Ayurvedic medicines.
Brihat Nayopayam qwath 15ml with 30ml Partharishta twice daily after food.
Shiva gutika 1 -0-1 after food.
Brihat triphala churna 1 teaspoon with hot water at bedtime.
Answered: Tue, 21 Jun 2011
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