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... Right heart elevated pressures and tricuspid regurg can be associated with pulmonary artery hypertension. I would try to get the full report from echo to see the estimated pulmonary artery pressure. A "bubble" echo can better determine if pulmonary artery hypertension exists. ... (2 replies)
Help.
Dec 22, 2014
... and all that, they then told me it's Anxiety, then said im bipolar. I told them, my heart does it the most when I'm active, they refuzed to give me stress, and echo test, cause they checked my blood work and everything was fine. ... (1 replies)
... should be evaulated from both a cardiac and pulmonary perspective as exercise induced asthma can cause chest tightness caused by bronchospasm. I would ask for a bubble echo and ask to be put on a medication to prevent the afib if you have no objection to that. ... (11 replies)

... for over 20 years. I figured that's what he was having but wanted him to be checked out. Last week he had an echo and a 48 hr. holter monitor. ... (4 replies)
... ow me and all my allergies! he said yes you are a strange one and can't explain why I keep developing all these allergies to food even now. I said I will be in a bubble soon. He just laugh's at me and is dumb founded as to why. ... (8 replies)
Unhelpful test
Aug 16, 2007
... had a TEE this morning as follow up to echo where had found right sided dilation. history of infrequent tachycardia and also frequent ectopics. ... (2 replies)
Bubble Test
Mar 24, 2005
... I had an echo done today with the bubble test to see if I had an opening. ... (2 replies)
... The doctors have a lot of information about your heart from seeing the echocardiogram and the stress test. Everything came back normal. Please relax and enjoy your life. Your heart is healthy. I have severe Cardiomyopathy, trust me, the doctors know a lot by looking at an echo. (1 replies)
... I just can't get over the worry that something's wrong with my heart. I had a stress test, echocardiogram, and bubble study done a few months ago, which came back all clear, save for a couple problems which the cardio said were extremely minor and no cause for concern. ... (1 replies)
... All tests, I guess, have risks. That being said I can't imagine the bubble test being risky or they wouldn't perform it so routinely. ... (1 replies)
... and noticed i have an interatrial septal aneurysm. We had a lengthy discussion about how i felt. She decided to do a bubble test on me and try to see if i had a hole in my heart. a PFO. she wanted this done immediately since i was taking up diving. ... (0 replies)
... chest pain, and shortness of breath with exertion. I had a negative ultrasound on my right leg, normal blood work, then an echo that showed a PFO or hole in the heart. ... (0 replies)
... Okay, at least they try to keep you a bit covered. thank you (6 replies)
... I did not get to keep my Bra on for the Echo. I have had an Echo Twice (one was a Bubble) both times removed my bra for the test. They do try to keep you a Little Covered With the Gown While Moving the Wand over your Chest. My Tests were longer then 10 minutes. They were both about 30 minutes. Pam (6 replies)
... say it was nothing, like everyone else but she didn't. She referred me to a cardiologist. I saw her week before last. She ordered a 24 hour holter monitor and an echo be done. I did the holter last week and the echo today. The results of the echo weren't good and they decided to also do what he called a bubble test? ... (4 replies)
... I'm 21, smoke, have anxiety problems, and have seen a cardiologist before. I've had countless EKG's and blood tests, and I've also had an echo, stress test, and bubble study. The results came back showing mitral prolapse, but that's about it. ... (1 replies)
... ventrical was enlarged, could this be related to my cronic vertebral osteomyelitis or last April I was giving myself IV antibiotics and pushed thru either an air bubble or a blood clot from pic line bursted and I fixed it myself with repair kit that nurse gave me when that pic line was administered? ... (0 replies)




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