When do we do it?
We perform a stress ECG primarily for symptoms such as chest tightness (angina pectoris), shortness of breath during stress and other stress related symptoms, but also as follow-up care for coronary heart disease or as part of screenings. With the results, we can see, for example, whether you suffer from cardiac arrhythmia during exertion, how your pulse and blood pressure are during exertion, or whether your heart suffers from circulatory disorders.
At both Cardiopraxis locations we have several measuring stations. Every year we perform about 3,500 exercise ECGs.