recently died and he had a history of congenstive heart failure she suggested Iget an echo stresstest ... ABOUT ANY CHEST PAIN.How fast,at what incline and for how long is the treadmill set for?does this test ...
and a dual-isotope exercise stresstest. The Holter monitor showed my resting heartbeat at a maximum of 168 .... The stresstest came back positive, showing decreased blood flow into parts of my heart after exercise. Does ...
Hi I went to the doctor a week ago because I was having chest pain, after taking some test over ... as may have slow heart beat,and while doing the stresstest my chest started to get tight. what does ...
can you help me understand my Nuclear stresstest reults? Resting ECG:NSR , Possible Seplat MI age ..., Carotid artery stenosis, NSVT-nonsustained VTACH and Arrhythmia. I do take 100 mg of Flecainide twice ...
Welcome to healthcaremagic forum.
Stresstests are done usually to rule out cardiac diseases associated.
Echocardiogram,treadmill test,Graded exercise test or stress ECG,NUCLEAR TESTS are the usually performed tests to monitor cardiac rhythm.
Nuclear tests are usually done to detect which part of heart functions normally and which are not,area of heart with decreased blood supply etc.
I have left hand pain for more than two three days now which come and go serveral times what is the reason for that
Chest xray ecg echo stresstest normal
Left arm pain if not due to cardiac cause then it could be due to acute gastritis or could be due to neuromuscular spasms. Take Tab pantop 40mg twice daily for 3 days before food. Apply local analgesic gel on the area which is painful. If still does not reduce get an orthopedic opinion. Thanks.
I have had a pain under my left breast along with alof of acid reflux I have had stresstests ecgs and chest xrays and they say my heart is fine what could it b
Thanks for your query. I fully appreciate your concerns. You apparently have GERD. If I was your treating doc, I would prescribe 14 days' of anti-H.pylori course + a prokinetic drug 1/2hr before meals.
Regards & hve a nice day
Dr.(Col) R Karanwal
MBBS; M.D. (Internal Medicine)
(PLEASE NOTE :- My opinion/advice is based SOLELY on the details provided by you.)