Treadmill Stress Test
Determines the adequacy of blood and oxygen circulation of the heart during physical stress. The procedure may also reveal important abnormalities of heart rhythm and blood pressure.
Treadmill Stress Echocardiogram
Combines a standard treadmill stress and echocardiogram examination for detection of inadequacy of heart muscle function and blood circulation of the heart.
24-Hour Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring (ABP)
A method of recording regular blood pressure (BP) readings, usually over a 24-hour period, as a patient goes about his or her usual daily activities.
Is the simpliest and most frequently performed test in order to identify heart rhythm disorders such as abnormal heart rate, enlargement or inadequate heart circulation.
24-Hour Holter Monitoring
A 24-hour evaluation of the heart’s electrical activity.
The test records important heart rate or rhythm abnormalities or disturbance, or inadequacy of blood circulation to the heart as the patient goes about usual activities.
Two-Dimensional Echocardiography and Doppler Studies (2DEcho)
A highly accurate examination which reveals valuable information about the heart’s structure and function through the use of high frequency sound called ultrasound. The examination is completely safe and performed frequently even on children and pregnant women.