Painless exercise ST deviation on the treadmill: long-term prognosis.

  title={Painless exercise ST deviation on the treadmill: long-term prognosis.},
  author={Daniel B. Mark and Mark A. Hlatky and Robert M. Califf and James J Morris and Stephen D. Sisson and Charles B McCants and Kerry L. Lee and Frank E. Harrell and David B. Pryor},
  journal={Journal of the American College of Cardiology},
  volume={14 4},
To evaluate the clinical correlates and long-term prognostic significance of silent ischemia during exercise, 1,698 consecutive symptomatic patients with coronary artery disease who had both treadmill testing and cardiac catheterization were studied. These patients were classified into three groups: Group 1 = patients with no exercise ST deviation (n = 856), Group 2 = patients with painless exercise ST deviation (n = 242) and Group 3 = patients with both angina and ST segment deviation during… CONTINUE READING


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