Nuclear Stress Testing

Nuclear Stress Tests use a small amount of radioactive tracer, given through an IV, to provide pictures of the heart taken by a special camera. The tracer is given before exercise and again following exercise. The images taken by the camera allow the cardiologist to compare the amount of blood flowing to the heart muscle before and after exercise. Your provider may order this test if you have been experiencing symptoms that might suggest blockage in the arteries surrounding your heart.

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