Bruce protocol

What is Bruce protocol?

The Bruce protocol is a diagnostic test used in the evaluation of cardiac function, developed by Robert A. Bruce.

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ABNORMAL STRESS TEST(POSITIVE FOR REVERSIBLE MYOCARDIAL ISCHEMIA --- DO I REALLY NEED TO GET AN ANGIOGRAPHY DONE?
I am 61 yrs old (ex-smoker for...

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Hi friend,
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YES – Angiography is needed / that too as soon as possible.
Block in the stent and/or native vessel is...

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my mom underwent treadmill test today and she was observed to hv minor blocks, that dont require an angiogram procedure, however, her BP,...

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Dear Sir/Madam

Thanks for writing to HCmagic.

1. There can not be an interpretation of A treadmill test like "Minor blocks". So scientifically it...

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ABNORMAL STRESS TEST(POSITIVE FOR REVERSIBLE MYOCARDIAL ISCHEMIA --- DO I REALLY NEED TO GET AN ANGIOGRAPHY DONE?
I am 61 yrs old (ex-smoker for...

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my mom underwent treadmill test today and she was observed to hv minor blocks, that dont require an angiogram procedure, however, her BP,...

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