Prognostic value of a treadmill exercise score in symptomatic patients with nonspecific ST-T abnormalities on resting ECG.

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CONTEXT Exercise testing of patients with ST-T abnormalities on the resting electrocardiogram (ECG) is problematic because in the presence of pre-existing ST-T abnormalities, the exercise test is less specific for the diagnosis of coronary artery disease. The prognostic capability of the Duke treadmill score in patients with ST-T abnormalities vs those with… (More)

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@article{Kwok1999PrognosticVO, title={Prognostic value of a treadmill exercise score in symptomatic patients with nonspecific ST-T abnormalities on resting ECG.}, author={Janice Kwok and Terra Miller and Trudy Christian and Dave O Hodge and Rebecca Gibbons}, journal={JAMA}, year={1999}, volume={282 11}, pages={1047-53} }