Prediction of mortality by exercise echocardiography: a strategy for combination with the duke treadmill score.

@article{Marwick2001PredictionOM,
  title={Prediction of mortality by exercise echocardiography: a strategy for combination with the duke treadmill score.},
  author={T. H. Marwick and Cheryl M. Case and Carolyn Vasey and Sean P. Allen and Lori Short and James Darwin. Thomas},
  journal={Circulation},
  year={2001},
  volume={103 21},
  pages={
          2566-71
        }
}
BACKGROUND In studies generally involving short follow-up, exercise echocardiography has been shown to predict composite end points. We sought to study the prediction of mortality with this test and to devise a strategy for combination with standard exercise testing. METHODS AND RESULTS Clinical, exercise testing, and echocardiographic data were collected in 5375 patients (aged 54+/-14 years, 3880 men) undergoing exercise echocardiography. The Duke treadmill score was derived from the results… CONTINUE READING

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