Cardiolite Stress Test?

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A Cardiolite Stress Test is a diagnostic examination that is used to determine the blood flow to the heart muscle when it is under stress and at rest. It involves walking on a treadmill and the results are obtained with the use of nuclear imaging.
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A Cardiolite stress test uses a nuclear radioactive isotope injected through an IV. Cardiolite gives off a small amount of radiation which helps the doctors see the arteries better
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Cardiolite is something that they give you that is radioactive and is taken up by the cells of the heart wall (the myocardium) so that they can then take images of the heart during
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This is a scintillation scan (gamma camera or photoscan) involving the use of thallium-201, a radioisotope. The radioisotope is administered intravenously and localizes, like calcium
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A Cardiolite stress test uses a nuclear radioactive isotope injected through an IV. Cardiolite gives off a small amount of radiation which helps the doctors see ...
A Cardiolite stress test uses a nuclear radioactive isotope injected through an IV. Cardiolite gives off a small amount of radiation which helps the doctors see ...
A Cardiolite stress test uses a nuclear radioactive isotope injected through an IV. Cardiolite gives off a small amount of radiation which helps the doctors see ...
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