Coronary angiography is an imaging procedure that helps a cardiologist to see
your heart’s blood vessels to detect blockages and narrowed vessels that affect
the flow of blood.
The echocardiogram is a type of test that allows seeing the movement, size, and
pumping strength of the heart. During the test, the specialist uses
high-frequency waves that can be seen on a monitor.
Also known as an EGC, the electrocardiogram measures the electrical signals of
the heart and its rhythm.
Exercise stress test
This test is used to evaluate how the heart works during physical activity and
detect problems with the blood flow. During the test, you’ll be walking on a
treadmill that increases speed and elevation.