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Cardiology at Pushpanjali Super Speciality focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of the cardiovascular system – heart, arteries, and veins. Our Cardiologist may request specialized testing to determine which treatment options are best for you. Those tests can be performed here at Pushpanjlai Hospital, saving you time and money.


Some of the tests that may be ordered for you include:
Cardiac Stress Testing – Electrocardiographic (EKG) examination of the heart at rest and at various levels of exercise. May reveal abnormalities of the blood supply to the heart muscle and/or abnormalities of the heart rhythm not seen at rest. May be performed on a treadmill or an IV drug may be administered to simulate the heart at exercise. Often performed in conjunction with Nuclear Cardiology Stress.



What is the Regular Treadmill Stress Test?

This test can determine if your heart is healthy or if you have any blockages that could lead to heart disease or heart attack. We will connect you to a heart monitor and obtain your baseline heart rhythm and blood pressure. After that, you will exercise on the treadmill at different speeds and elevations. Your heart rhythm and blood pressure will be monitored continuously during the exercise portion of the test. The entire procedure will last about an hour, and the information collected will help your provider determine the appropriate plan of care for you.



How do I prepare for the Regular Treadmill Stress Test?
You may eat a light breakfast before your test if you desire.
Wear comfortable clothing and footwear appropriate for brisk exercise on a treadmill.
Your provider may give you special instructions regarding your regular medications, as they may decrease the accuracy of the test


Cardioversion – A procedure used to convert an irregular heart rhythm to a normal heart rhythm by applying electric shock or using certain medications.


Computer Tomographic Angiography Computed Tomographic Angiography – (64 slice CCTA) is a new, state-of-the-art, non-invasive, diagnostic tool that visualizes the myocardium (heart), aorta, lungs and coronary circulation and may dramatically alter the way cardiac and vascular diseases such as coronary artery disease (CAD), dissections and aneurysms of the aorta, and atrial fibrillation are diagnosed, evaluated and treated.


Doppler Study – A diagnostic study using special tool that detects the presence or absence of flow in blood vessels through the skin.


ECG or EKG Tracings – Electrocardiogram – A test that records the electrical activity of the heart muscle and rhythm, usually done while the patient is lying down at rest.


Echocardiogram – Use of high frequency sound waves to visualize continuous blood and heart movements.


Event Monitoring – A small recording device, worn for up to 30 days while the patient performs their normal daily activities. When the patient experiences a symptom (or “event”) that might be heart related, the patient activates a memory record button on the device. Then the device will typically store the heart rhythm that occurred 45 seconds before and 15 seconds after the record button press. The device’s memory is then downloaded for the physician to examine.

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