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Cardiology Consultation

During the cardiac consultation, the doctor will evaluate past medical history, and perform thorough physical examination and tests to assess the risk of developing heart diseases. Early diagnosis may have a better prognosis and minimize the complications.

Prepare for Your Cardiologist Appointment

Compile a personal health history and a health history of your family.
Gather any recent test results and a list of medications you are taking.
Note any symptoms you have been experiencing.
Compile a list of questions you want to ask your doctor.

Hypertension Evaluation

The evaluation of hypertension involves accurately measuring the patient’s blood pressure, over 24 hours, so called BPM Holter or Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring (ABPM). It is a non-invasive test that records arterial pressure continuously for 24 hours. It is a small device that is conveniently located at the waist.

What to expect

Holter monitoring is painless and noninvasive. You can hide the electrodes and wires under your clothes, and you can wear the recording device on your belt or attached to a strap. Once your monitoring begins, don’t take the Holter monitor off — you must wear it at all times, even while you sleep.

Holter ECG System

The Holter monitor is a type of portable electrocardiogram (ECG). It records the electrical activity of the heart continuously over 24 hours or longer while you are away from the doctor’s office. A standard or “resting” ECG is one of the simplest and fastest tests used to evaluate the heart.

Why is a Holter test done?

A Holter monitor may be able to spot occasionally abnormal heart rhythms that an ECG missed. A Holter monitor test may also be done if you have a heart condition that increases your risk of an abnormal heart rhythm.

Cardiac Stress Test

A cardiac stress test is a cardiological test that measures the heart’s ability to respond to external stress in a controlled clinical environment, as exercise makes the heart pump harder and faster the stress response is induced by exercise or by intravenous pharmacological stimulation. A stress test can reveal problems with blood flow within your heart.

Prepare for Your Cardiac Stress Test

Consult your physician 48 hours before your exam if you are taking any type of medication. Do not eat or drink for three hours before your appointment. Drinking water is OK.

Echocardiography

An echocardiogram (echo) is a graphic outline of the heart’s movement. During an echo test, ultrasound (high-frequency sound waves) from a hand-held wand placed on your chest provides pictures of the heart’s valves and chambers and helps the sonographer evaluate the pumping action of the heart.

 

How to prepare

No special preparations are necessary for a standard  echocardiogram. You can eat, drink and take medications as you normally would.

 

Electrocardiography

An electrocardiogram (ECG) is a simple test that can be used to check your heart’s rhythm and electrical activity. Sensors are placed to the skin are used to detect the electrical signals produced by your heart each time it beats.

 

How to prepare

You don’t need to do anything special to prepare for the test. You can eat and drink as normal beforehand. Before the electrodes are attached, you’ll usually need to remove your upper clothing, and your chest may need to be shaved or cleaned.