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tmt borderline positive for reversible ischemia what is it treatment ...

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My TMT is Mildly positive for ischemia with good exercise tolerance &Echo shows normal with LVEP-65%. what does it mean?. My age 59 years Male. ...

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. no chest pain . no arrhythmias. TMT positive for inducible isvhemia at the given workload. conclusions stress test positive for ischemia blood pressure response to exercise is normal. ...

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my weght 61 kg age 64 years echo normal , lipid profile normal abd sono is normal but TMT is positve INDUCED ISCHAEMIA. docter suggest me 10tab per day and go for angiogram. pls suggest me ...

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: Nil TMT : Positive(Significant ST depression noted in leads II,III, AVF & V4-V6 at peak exercise which ...

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result is mildly positive for rversible myocardial ischaemia. i did 7.35 minutes of tmt at 8.9 met ...i did a tmt today. i am 52 yrs old, Indian male. 167 cm tall, weigh 72 kgs. also did fasting sugar ...

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I am 47 years old male. I am suffering from mild hypertension since 10 years but is not diabetic. My chlorestrol results are very good, my ECG was normal. My TMT reult showed positive with reversible ...

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Please explain below report TMT positive for reversible myocardial ischemia Ø 5.24 min on Bruce protocol at max workload of 6.6 mets achieved 77% THR Ø Exercise Terminated bcoz of fatigue Ø Resting ECG ...

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i did a tmt today. i am 44 yrs old, Indian male. 177 cm tall, weigh 82 kgs. also did fasting sugar - value 74, lipids - cholesterol - 145, hdl - 39, ldl -85 nad tg 109 the tmt result was mildly positive ...

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Hi My father is 59...He recently had body pain, throat infection and complained mild chest pain...we showed to doc and he recommended ECG and then TMT test. TMT test mentioned that Inducible ischemia ...

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Sir, My mother has undergone TMT today. She is 56 yrs,66kg. Her report shows : TMT MILDLY POSITIVE FOR INDUCIBLE ISCHEMIA. total excercise time 7:20, Max HR 169bpm 103% of max. predicted 164bpm. Max BP: 140 ...

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Hi! My age is 37 years. I had undergone TMT as regular checkups and this time the report came mild positive for inducible ischemia. Doctor suggested me to go for another test namely CT Angiogram ...

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M y brother in law is diagnosed with TMT and result says that he is positive for induced ischemia. He is 35 yrs age, St - 80 Kgs and Ht is 5.4 Ft. No habits of smoking or alcoholic. Have history ...

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My tmt test of 9.2.2017 was mildly positive for inducible ischemia.Kindly advise me what it means and my ECG and Echo of 14.07.2017 is normal.My cordiolagist gave me some medication for a week ...

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Hello, My father had a TMT test and it says The test is positive for exercise induced reversible myocardial ischemia. We consulted a cardiologist and he asked my father if they get stress or if they get ...

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Please see a cardiologist for immediate measures to prevent any future damage to your heart; thanks!

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It means a positive ETT for exercise induced ischemia.