exercise echocardiography

exercise echocardiography

Cardiology A technique in which an echocardiogram is performed near the time that the subject exercises on a treadmill, ramp, bicycle or other device. See Bruce protocol, Cornell protocol.
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The competition is run tenders to award the contract in respect of: Provision of health services in the field of cardiology, medical exercise time care for the sick (duty medical) Second Department of Cardiology and exercise echocardiography in the branches Teaching Hospital No.
Contract award: provision of health services in the field of cardiology, medical exercise time care for the sick (duty medical) second department of cardiology and exercise echocardiography in the branches teaching hospital no.
Exercise echocardiography is usually preferred over pharmacological stress because it provides information about exertional symptoms and blood pressure response (6).
Exercise test: Exercise echocardiography is often used to assess functional capacity and the hemodynamic response in patients with mitral stenosis (9).
This indicates that standard exercise testing rather than exercise echocardiography might be sufficient for risk evaluation.
Data Source: Data were taken from a retrospective observational cohort study involving 2,105 consecutive asymptomatic patients who underwent exercise echocardiography in 2000-2010 after PCI or CABG and were followed an average of 6 years for all-cause and cardiac mortality.
reported that the sensitivity and specificity of exercise echocardiography were 85% and 88%, respectively, which was similar to exercise thallium (85% and 81%, respectively).
Detection and clinical usefulness of a biphasic response during exercise echocardiography early after myocardial infarction.
One manuscript summarizes an international multicenter study that evaluated the sensitivity (the ability to correctly identify patients with coronary artery disease) and normalcy rate, an estimate of specificity (the ability to correctly identify patients without significant coronary artery disease), of the GenESA System when used with echocardiography versus that of exercise echocardiography.
In addition, they will see the latest examples of imaging used in the evaluation of heart disease, including exercise echocardiography, nuclear imaging, coronary calcium scans and CT angiography.
The study included 406 hypertensive patients who had blood pressures of less than 140/90 mm Hg while on drug treatment and were scheduled to undergo exercise echocardiography.
Coronary artery disease was detected in 27 of 30 patients with exercise echocardiography (90 percent) and in 29 of 30 patients with arbutamine stress echocardiography (97 percent).