Initial reports of echo.
Lvef=49 % mild global hypokinseia
trivial MR trivial TR
Normal chambers size
Catherization reports are normal
After six months echo reports are
no tr mr
why is there sudden change anything to worry?
my age is 20...65 kg weight height 5'8'
Just a quick note to say hi! hi an i ask you a question, am due to have a tress/nuclear test , very scared to have it been anxiety over it for a week now. i can do the treadmill or get the shot because i have asthmas . waswanting to know what happens when you get the shot . warm/heart race/cant breath , can you plz help me out here so i wont feel so scared and back out thank you , am having it because i had asthma was short of breath , but i can run on my treadmill for 15 mins and feel fine. really dont think i need one but dr wants to, thank you so much for info
Wanted to say hi and really nice of you to help people understand tests... and see if you would answer question perplexing me. Angina past 6 months, nitro no longer working, two pos exercise stress tests w/ BP 190/90 when doc stopped them, but nuclear OK. Now looking at heart cath w/and without ergonovine to provoke spams. I can provoke them, 20-30 minutes after exercise! Why not let me do it and then cath? Not looking forward to it, but don't understand why MUST have irritant?
Have RSD and in school, use biofeedback to control pain, but anything... mamogram, even IV's have begun to put me right up to a 10... worried about cath, but more about ergonovine as have paradoxical reactions to many drugs?? Thanks, SBF
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