Cardiac Stress Testing
Cardiac Stress Testing is a procedure used to determine if blocked coronary arteries are present and the underlying cause of chest pain. It evaluates the ability of the heart to function after a heart attack or heart surgery, aiding in the diagnosis of any existing heart disease. The test also sets limits for exercise and can detect abnormal rhythms known as arrhythmias during exercise, helping to evaluate the efficacy of medicines for controlling chest pain or extra beats. Cardiac Stress Testing provides valuable insight into overall cardiovascular health and is an important tool in diagnosing any potential issues.