I had a treadmill stress echo test last month and just saw the report. Although at the end of the report it says this is a normal stress echocardiogram, in the findings it said indication: Dyspnea. I've read online what dyspnea means and i see that it's shortness of breath. I did not experience that while i was walking on the treadmill and I don't remember if they had the oxygen monitoring device on my finger during the test. How do they measure dyspnea during an echo? and if they did find it, how come the result says normal? Can someone please help answer my question. The only other thing that it said on the test was my ejection fraction during rest echo was 60-65% and it increased to 70-75% after excercise. Thanks so much for your help.