Coronary angiography is a procedure in which the specialist can detect and
locate narrowed blood vessels and determine how well the heart is working.
This is a test uses to examine the heart pumping strength, movement, and size.
During the test, the specialist uses high-frequency waves that can be
interpreted on a monitor as a moving image.
Also known as EGC or EKG this test measures the electrical signals of the heart.
During the test, 12 electrodes are placed on the chest, the electrical activity
will be recorded.
Exercise stress test
A stress test is used to see how is working a pacemaker or to diagnose
heart-related conditions. During the test, the patient will be walking on a
treadmill that increases speed and elevation.