Exercise stress testing in the patient with coronary artery disease. Part I.

Abstract

Treadmill cardiac stress tests have a number of well known, identifiable criteria for positivity. One that is less known and thus often not appreciated, is the appearance of an inverted U wave in the left chest leads at the peak of exercise. This, even as an isolated finding, indicates a positive test. Of clinical significance is that this… (More)

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