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... I have undergone an Adenosine thallium stress test as well as a treadmill Thallium stress test, it's no big deal. ... (3 replies)
... I had this done recently, its not big deal. They use the drug to raise the heart rate so they see how the heart responds to stress. They order this type of test when there is a reason they feel your father can't get his heart rate up to his target rate due to mobility problems for example, with me it was arthitic knees. ... (3 replies)
... I have had the nuclear stress test done both ways. Honestly for me the treadmill was easier. ... (6 replies)

... then thallium injected and the process is like the above stress thallium. ... (4 replies)
... Ca, Why are they opting for the drug induced stress (adenosine) instead of the regular treadmill variant. Would you have trouble with a fast treadmill workout? (4 replies)
Midcab
Feb 21, 2008
... I had failed this test and had to go to angiogram. Nothing was found, was told that if someone wanted me to take a stress thallium in the future to let them know I failed it and the Cardiologist said I would probably fail it in the future. ... (1 replies)
MR Angiography?
Dec 18, 2003
... The ECG is only part of the stress test that I had. The other components are blood pressure checks at each stage of the Bruce Protocol while on the treadmill. ... (21 replies)
... There is normally 2 parts to this test.They want to contrast the resting heart with the heart under stress.I just had a sestembie stress test 2 weeks ago and a cardiolite last year.My first nuclear stress test was a thallium.The only difference is in the isotope they use. ... (15 replies)
... But this is not all... along with this they give you a stress test also. ... (15 replies)
... o the left shoulder and arm, neck, or jaw, associated with nausea, diaphoresis, and shortness of breath. It is usually brought on and exacerbated by exercise and stress and alleviated with rest or sublingual nitroglycerin. Typically, the pain lasts 2 to 10 minutes and rarely 30 minutes. ... (1 replies)




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