There are various tests used to assess cardiovascular health and find heart disease.
A quick painless test to assess heart rate, rhythm, and electrical impulses.Learn More
A continuous ECG that is done over 24-48 hours while you perform your normal daily activities.Learn More
A test used to assess the response of the heart muscle to increased physical activity.Learn More
A test used to visualize the blood flow through the heart in both a resting state, and after physical activity.Learn More
A test used to look at the changes that occur in blood pressure due to activities of daily living.Learn More
A test used to assess the response of heart muscle to stress induced by a medication called dipyridamole.Learn More
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You may require other tests to assess your heart health that are not performed at C-era. The links below will tell you about each of these tests and where you can have them performed.
A test that measures the blood flow to the legs to look for peripheral vascular disease.Learn More
Blood work gives us an idea of various aspects of your overall cardiovascular health.Learn More
A test that generates a very detailed image of the heart to assess its structure and function.Learn More
A test that uses ultrasound waves to assess the blood flow through the carotid arteries in the neck to the brain.Learn More
A test that may be performed to have an image of the heart, lungs, and blood vessels in the chest.Learn More
A test that uses ultrasound waves to assess the structure and function of the heart, by moving the transducer over your chest.Learn More
A test that analyzes blood flow through the heart in order to diagnose heart problems.Learn More