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Based upon your age, and presuming that you have no medical problems other than the gallbladder
and your weight, your preoperative cardiac risk will remain low. In the absence of objective findings such as with an echocardiogram
or prior history of heart disease
such as something you may have been born with [congenital heart disease], it is unlikely that you will have a major cardiac event with the planned surgery.
Generally speaking, for a gallbladder surgery in a 21-year-old male, they would do preoperative labs and possibly a preoperative EKG and chest x-ray. You would have a history and physical examination as well. The evaluator will then determine if further testing such as cardiac risk stratification with an echocardiogram or stress test
is required based on the history you provide, your examination at the time and review of the labs/ekg/xray.
Take care and be well