Pacemaker/ICD review

Interrogation of pacemaker or ICD to assess battery life, lead integrity and optimise settings and therapies as indicated.

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Transthoracic Echocardiogram (TTE)

A transthoracic echocardiogram (TTE), also known as cardiac ultrasound or ‘echo’, is a diagnostic test that uses ultrasound to capture moving images of your heart using high frequency sound waves that are transmitted into the body.

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Transthoracic Echo

An Echo is also known as a TTE (transthoracic echo) or echocardiogram. It is an ultrasound of your heart.

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Stress Echocardiogram

A treadmill stress echocardiogram (SE) test assesses if you are likely to have significant narrowing in your heart’s coronary arteries.

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Exercise Tests

The Cardiac technologist will ask you to undress to the waist. 10 electrodes (sticky tabs) will be attached to your chest. An ECG (tracing of your heart) will be taken whilst you are lying down and resting.

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Tilt Table testing - TTT

Tilt table tests are done to investigate the cause of fainting and dizzy spells.

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Coronary Angiography

Coronary artery disease affects the coronary arteries and presents as blockages or narrowings of the arteries that supply blood to the heart muscle.

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Holter Monitoring

A Holter monitor is a test requested by your GP or Cardiologist to assess for abnormal or irregular heart rhythms.

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Electrocardiogram or ECG

ECGs are requested as a routine test prior to surgery or when you report symptoms of chest  pains, blackouts, palpitations, high blood pressure.

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Ambulatory Blood Pressure Monitoring (ABP)

Blood pressure monitoring is performed in your own environment to be more reflective of your true day to day blood pressure. 

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6 Minute Walk Test

The aim of this test is for you to walk for 6 minutes as fast as you can. The test is carried out on a flat surface in the corridor and does not involve walking on a treadmill.

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Transoesophageal Echo (TOE)

A Transoesophageal echo also known as a TOE is required when more detailed images of your heart are needed.

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