Cardiac Stress Testing
Cardiac stress testing evaluates how the heart responds to increased levels of exercise. Electrodes are placed on the chest and patients walk on a treadmill while the cardiologist evaluates the EKG, heart rate and blood pressure for any changes.
Stress EKGs are performed in the Cardiology office. These include exercise testing with treadmill or bicycle, as well as pharmacological stressing.
To schedule an appointment, call 410-225-8452.