What is Cardiology Test?
A cardiology test is a diagnostics procedure that uses imaging technology to assess the heart’s function.
Cardiology tests can include an echocardiogram (echo), stress echo, and electrocardiogram (ECG). Fusion diagnostics is a new type of cardiology test that combines images from multiple modalities to provide a more comprehensive view of the heart. This innovative new technology can help doctors better detect and diagnose cardiovascular diseases.
An ECG is a simple test that records the heart’s electrical activity. We can use this information to diagnose heart blockages, arrhythmias, and other problems.
A stress echo is an ultrasound test to assess how well the heart functions under stress. This test is often used to diagnose coronary artery disease.
A fusion diagnostics is a newer cardiology test that combines an ECG with an MRI or CT scan.
Cardiovascular disease is India’s leading cause of death, so it’s important to have access to the best diagnostics tools available. Fusion diagnostics is changing the way we view and diagnose heart conditions, and it has the potential to save lives.
An electrocardiogram, also called an ECG or EKG, is a test that measures the electrical activity of your heart. It detects heart problems, such as a previous heart attack, angina (chest pain), or an irregular heartbeat.
An ECHO test is a diagnostics tool used by doctors to assess the function of a patient’s heart. The test uses ultrasound waves to create images of the heart, which we can then use to evaluate the structure and function of the organ.
TMT / Stress Test
A TMT stress test is a nuclear medicine imaging procedure used to evaluate the blood flow to your heart muscle. The test is also known as a cardiac stress test, nuclear stress test or myocardial perfusion stress test.