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What does TMT report suggest? What can I conclude about depression change, BP or cholesterol?

Good Morning/ I am 41 year old man ,5.6 feet high, 78 Kg weight Last month I went through TMT as required by insurance company, following are the report comments” Patient performed exercise for 7 min and 58 seconds,104% of the targeted heat rate achieved significant ST-T changes during recovery phase of the test. No chest pain or heaviness during exercise or recovery phase of the test. Normal blood pressure response .Mortared functional capacity.” Maximum ST Changes during TMT: ST elevation change 2.0 mm in V3 at 09:10 ST depression change -2.7 mm in II at 07:50 My blood pressure is about =85/140 Total cholesterol = 246 mg/dl Triglycerides=225 mg/dl HDL=46 Blood glucose fastening=98 mg/dl What I should conclude from this report
Asked On : Sat, 5 Jan 2013
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Hi friend,
Welcome to Health Care Magic

Cholesterol and Triglyceride are moderately elevated.
They need attention.
Start with diet and exercise / drugs later, if not controlled.

ST depression means ischemia.
You ought to go for Thallium stress test – the next step in this situation.

You need to see your cardiologist.
Regular follow up and further tests are mandatory

Take care
Wishing speedy recovery
God bless
Good luck
Answered: Mon, 7 Jan 2013
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