Stress echocardiography is completely harmless, safe and give us a lot of information. It's walking on the treadmill at different paces, similar to what they do in the gym.
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Stress echocardiography works by increasing the heart rate and making the heart muscle work harder. The results can tell us a lot about your heart heath.
Most patients spend 9 to 12 minutes on the treadmill, which is enough to get the heart stressed to the level where we can acquire the information we need.
Stress Echocardiography is a test, principally assessing the blood supply of the heart muscle. It tells us if there is blockages in the coronary arteries.