Exercise Stress Echo Test

Involves exercising on a treadmill to gauge the performance of the heart and lungs while they are under physical stress to help recognize cardiac conditions not visible during routine examination.

This test is recommended, but not limited to those who experience:

  • Unexplained Chest Pain (especially if Coronary Heart Disease is suspected).

  • Irregular heartbeats (Arrhythmia).
  • Very fast or slow heart rate (Tachycardia or Bradycardia).

  • Palpitations (unusual throbbing or fluttering sensations in the heart).
  • Angina (chest discomfort due to poor blood flow through the blood vessels).

  • If you have had a Heart Attack, Angioplasty or Heart Bypass Surgery.

  • If you have experienced any heart related complications and are looking to start an exercise program.

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