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Interpretation of stress test results

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Interpretation of stress test results

  1. Monitoring the performance of stress tests and criteria for their termination
    Exercise tests are carried out in the morning in a spacious, well-ventilated area. In addition to a computerized system for conducting a stress test on a bicycle ergometer or treadmill, a modern laboratory should be equipped with equipment, drugs for resuscitation and emergency care. The list of mandatory equipment includes a defibrillator, a sphygmomanometer,
  2. Recommendations for performing stress ECG tests for the initial diagnostic assessment of the class of angina pectoris
    Class I 1. Patients with symptoms of angina pectoris and an average pre-test likelihood of CHD, taking into account age, gender and symptoms. An exception is the patient’s inability to perform the load or the identification of changes in the ECG, which complicate the interpretation of the test results. Class IIb 1. Patients with ST segment depression> 1 mm on a resting ECG or taking digoxin. 2. Patients with low
  3. Conclusion according to the results of a stress test
    In conclusion, according to the results of a stress test, indicate: 1. Demographic data: surname and name of the patient, age or date of birth, gender, body weight, height, date of the study, 2. The purpose of the stress test. 3. Clinical features of the patient: risk factors for coronary heart disease, the use of drugs, ECG changes at rest. 4. Research results: • used
  4. The results of the study and their interpretation
    The study was conducted with fifth-year psychology students of the Novosibirsk State Pedagogical University in 2010. The number of subjects is 55, including 4 boys and 51 girls. The age of the subjects from 21 to 23 years. At the first stage of the study, the purpose of which was to identify the level of professional orientation of the subjects using the method of T. D.
  5. QUICK INTERPRETATION OF HRV ANALYSIS RESULTS
    When analyzing HRV indicators, as a rule, it is required: • to distinguish between primary and secondary indicators; • know the purpose and standards of the most important indicators of HRV; • understand what the deviation of a particular indicator in a certain direction means. When analyzing graphs, it is necessary: ​​• to clearly understand how a particular graph is constructed (which is plotted along the X axis, along the Y axis, etc.).
  6. Indications for stress tests and research methods
    Indications for stress tests The main indications for stress tests can be: • diagnosis of chronic forms of coronary heart disease; • assessment of the functional status of patients with coronary heart disease, patients with extracardiac pathology and healthy people, including athletes; • assessment of the effectiveness of anti-ischemic therapy and revascularization interventions in patients with coronary artery disease. • stratification
  7. Stress test
    To identify ischemia in most patients with suspected stable angina, ECG recording during exercise tests is a more sensitive and specific method than at rest. Stress and pharmacological tests provoke myocardial ischemia by increasing myocardial oxygen demand (treadmill test, VEM, dobutamine test) or reducing oxygen delivery to the myocardium
  8. Interpretation of ST segment changes
    Lead selection. The highest quality results with a load test are achieved using a 12-channel ECG recording. Lead U5 is the most informative. In patients without previous MI with a normal ECG, resting ST-segment depression induced by exercise, limited to lower leads (III, aVF), has little diagnostic significance.
  9. Відбір samples kharchovih products
    Vіdbіr samples of kharchovih products should be carried out at food and vegetable bases, but at monsters, elevators, warehouses of state thanks, at stores. What are the special features of the sample collection is good, are there large cereals and legumes for visualization of radioactive confusion? It’s okay to pick up cereals and beans in a similar way before collecting grain samples. Sipki products, which can be found in mіyakіy (mіshkovіy) tarі, v_dbirayut for
  10. Відбір samples of products
    What are the special features in collecting samples of meat, organisms of the highest quality creatures and birds for visualization of radioactive confusion? Vіdbіr samples of m'yasa, organ of Silk and Gospodar creatures and birds should be carried out on state farms, markets and meat and bats. Breaks of meat (without fat), carcass and napitvush, pick up 0.2-0.3 kg shmatki against the 4-5th cervical spine, in the shoulder blades, quilted and tovstich
  11. Sample preparation before visceration of radio activity
    How do I get the samples to see the radio activity? Accept the processing of the delivery of samples from the front at a special room, equipped with high-temperature and drying saffas, muffle furnaces, preparing dishes for meringhes, tarii, and, if necessary, higher samples. Delivered samples sound with a description, reload radioactivity on the surface of the package with an indicator attachment (СРП-68-01, СРП-88Н,
  12. Vіdbіr samples of Russian products
    What are the special requirements for sample collection of Russian products for the identification of radioactive confusion? Vidbir samples of grass on the pasture, but if they are forestry, conduct on typical dylyanki for the given district, at which, at the time of the day before, graze the creature, or they must feed. Yakshcho of the statehood of roztashovany in zones that are beyond the level of atmospheric falloffs (for example, girska and lowlands) for character
  13. INTERPRETATION OF RHYTHMOGRAMS
    When examining a rhythmogram, it is necessary first of all to evaluate the heart rate. The average heart rate can be determined by comparing the average amplitude of the rhythmogram graph with the vertical scale of the graph. It must be remembered that heart rate is equal to a ratio of 60 to the average value of R-R intervals in seconds. For example, if the average value of the cardio intervals during the visual assessment of the graph is 1.0 sec., The average heart rate will be 60 beats
  14. Interpretation of X-ray semiotics
    To evaluate the results of an X-ray examination, it is necessary to take into account the presence of arthritic and sclerotic changes in the bone biocomposite, disco-inconsistency of the articular surfaces of the articulating bones, as well as isolation of processus anconeus and fragmentation of processus coronoideus medialis. Therefore, it is advisable to distinguish 5 degrees of dysplasia articulatio cubiti: 1. Normal. No symptoms
  15. Laboratory sampling
    Three spot samples are taken from different places of each opened transport container (randomly selected in accordance with the standard) with a product (one copy or part of one copy, or fish block, filet, sidewall or a handful of very small fish, or part of the product) and make up a combined sample weighing no more than 3.0 kg. When sampling frozen products in the form of blocks of
  16. Collection and delivery of feces samples to the laboratory
    A hand in a rubber glove takes approximately 100 g of feces from the rectum of animals or which have just been excreted during bowel movements. In the latter case, a sample is taken from the top of the excrement that is not in contact with the floor or soil. Hand and tweezers are thoroughly washed after taking each sample. Samples from small animals are taken using a pear. The pear tip is inserted into the rectum with rotational movements. At
  17. INTERPRETATION OF SKIN CHANGES
    Thomas B. Fitzpatrick, Harley L. Haynes (Thomas B. Fitzpatrick, Harley A. Haynes) Clinical study of the skin Identifying skin lesions or changes is a problem similar to that of recognizing cells in a blood smear: the smallest details are of great importance. The patient himself may complain of skin lesions or they may be discovered accidentally with
  18. Sampling, direction and preparation of samples for laboratory research
    Sampling for bacteriological examination should be made in sterile wide-necked jars, covered with parchment paper and tied with twine. The remains of canned food are sent for research directly in the jar from which they were used for food. The meat is taken for analysis in an amount of 500 g, while the sample is taken from various places of the carcass with a mandatory take
  19. Clinical Interpretation of RFI Data
    Given the high variability of the shape of HF tympanograms, a morphological classification (similar to the Liden-Gerger scheme for Y-226) for HF does not exist - it would be uninformative. Based on existing data, 2 diagnostic criteria are proposed. 1. The presence of peaks and teeth on the tympanogram is the norm, but a flat tympanogram may be a sign of exudate in the middle ear.
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