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 ...
Hi, my cardiologist advised me to do neoclear stresstest? I did stresstestbefore, he said during the stresstest in my EKG there were some abnormalities that s why I need to do this test. My question ...
Yesterday I had A stresstest tredmill and then an echo before the test and after the cardologist looked at my report after and said it was ok they gave me a copy to take home i dont know if its correct ...
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 ...
are that there are no blockages. How many hours before the nuclear stresstest can he take his nitro? He is concerned ...My father is scheduled for a nuclear stresstest. He takes nitro 0.4 mg prn. Lately, he has needed ...
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.
hello doctor sometimes I have pricking on the left chest, lightheaded, I was in ECG and was normal, and stresstest was normal,do I have a heart problem?help me
At your age heart problem is not common but may occur.
If chest pain, abnormal heart beats, difficulty in walking,fast breathing while walking then heart disease possible.
Please consult your doctor and examined.
Take care and don't worry...
Hello HCM I have for 1year pricking on my left chest suddenly and short,head tightness,left arm numbness,ECG and stresstest normal. anxiety/acidity/cervical.?
It is due to stress and anxiety.
Do very slow deep breathing daily mainly before sleep.
Do heavy exercises like cycling or swimming.
Consult your counselor for help too.
Also take help from your family and friends.