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HeartScape Stress Testing
A non-invasive technique to evaluate the function of the heart when put under stress by means of an exercise treadmill protocol or chemical infusion. The primary goal of stress testing is to detect abnormalities in the flow of blood within the arteries of the heart by continuous electrocardiographic monitoring. The secondary goal of stress testing is to evaluate the heart rhythm and blood pressure response to exercise.