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Stress Echo results

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Posted: 10/11/2019 7:03:49 PM
 
Hi, it’s been some time since I have posted.  I recently had a stress echo since I was having palpitations that were starting to worry me when I was exercising.  My last CAC score was 38 all in the LAD. I also has a CT Angio a few years ago due to some mild chest pain and they ended up finding moderate stenosis in my LAD of around 50%.  I’ve always wondered if that was accurate with only a CAC score of 38.  Anyway, below are the results of my stress echo and looking for comments.  I’m assuming this result is good.  They did capture some palpitations on the test but didn’t seem to worry about them.

EXERCISE STRESS ECHOCARDIOGRAM
EP STRESS ECHO REPORT The exercise portion of the test was terminated secondary to achieving target heart rate.
PRE STRESS IMAGES: Normal wall motion noted in the parasternal long and short axis and the apical four and two chamber views.
POST STRESS IMAGES: Hyperdynamic wall motion noted in all views.
DOPPLER STUDIES: Not performed.
3. Excellent functional capacity with appropriate heart rate and blood pressure response to exercise.

Patient instructed to avoid all strenuous activity until stress test is completed, resulted, and doctor gives permission to return to normal unrestricted activity. Call 911 for any recurrent symptoms or change in clinical condition.
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Posted: 10/12/2019 11:32:22 AM
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Quoted From badrad123:  but having a partial blockage (according to the CTA) makes me a bit hypersensitive to any activity in the heart area.  


What makes you think that?
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well...I guess anxiety does raise blood pressure.




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