Stable Angina tests
Stable Angina

Tests could include:

  • An electrocardiogram is a painless test that measures your heart's electrical activity. Your doctor may order this test if they think you have a heart problem.
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  • A stress echocardiogram tests how well your heart and blood vessels are working, especially under stress. Read on to learn more.
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  • An exercise stress test is used to learn how well your heart responds when it's working hard. You will be asked to exercise while hooked up to an EKG machine.
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  • An echocardiogram test uses sound waves to produce live images of your heart. It's used to monitor your heart function. Learn more about what to expect.
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  • The creatine phosphokinase test measures the amount of creatine phosphokinase (CPK) in your blood. It helps assess damage in the brain, muscle tissue, or heart.
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  • Your doctor may order an ultrasound if you're experiencing pain, swelling, or other symptoms that require an internal view of your organs. Learn more.
    Source:HLCMS
  • This test measures the level of myoglobin in your bloodstream. Learn more about why it's used and what you can expect.
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  • A coronary angiography is a test to find out if you have a blockage in your coronary artery. Learn more about its uses.
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  • A heart CT scan is used to view your heart and blood vessels. It can diagnose birth defects, buildup of plaque that may be blocking arteries, and tumors.
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  • A heart MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) uses magnets and radio waves to create an image of your heart and nearby blood vessels, without a surgical incision.
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