Stress tests are an important tool to find underlining conditions that may not normally be found when at rest. Comparisons are made between a heart at rest and under stress. Some differences that may be seen are include in the electrical signals in your heart, how much blood your heart is pumping, how much blood is flowing in your arteries and veins.

Regular Stress Test

This is a stress test that is done on a treadmill walk until your heart rate reaches the needed stress level.

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Nuclear Stress Test

This is the same as a regular stress test, but a radioactive tracer is administered to get clear images of how the heart is working and blood flow.

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Sit Down Stress Test

Also known as a Lexiscan or chemical stress test, this test does not involve exercise.