Use of atropine to maintain higher heart rate after exercise during treadmill stress echocardiography.

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The sensitivity of treadmill stress echocardiography (SE), which is extensively used as a noninvasive test to detect myocardial ischemia, is contingent on the rapid acquisition of 2-dimensional echocardiographic (2D) images immediately after exercise, before a substantial decrease in heart rate (HR). This test is technically challenging and needs proficient… (More)

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