Does The History Of Shortness Of Breath Affect The Heart And Lung Tests?
I want to register to work, here there is a heart and lung test, before I ever experienced shortness of breath. Does it have an effect, like it has an effect that there is not fasting that suggests before the test, please answer, thank you.
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First of all, of course you need to know the cause of your shortness of breath beforehand. If your shortness of breath only occurs once (not regular shortness of breath such as uncontrolled asthma, COPD, chronic lung infections such as tuberculosis, or in disorders of the heart such as valvular heart disease, heart failure, heart leak, heart rhythm disorders, etc. ), it is likely that nothing will be seen on your heart and lung examination. If you often experience shortness of breath or you have indeed been diagnosed with certain diseases, then you should say it honestly to the doctor who examined you. Whether it will affect the acceptance of work or not, it really depends on what job you want to live and also depends on the company where you register. The company has its own acceptance criteria. The doctor who conducts your medical check-up is only obliged to conduct an examination and present the results of the examination honestly.
Before conducting a medical check-up, you will be given instructions on what you need to do, including if necessary a blood test that requires fasting beforehand. You only need to follow the instructions. Before doing a medical check-up, you are also encouraged to get enough sleep and rest, eat healthy foods in sufficient quantities, drink enough every day, stop smoking, and don't drink alcohol.
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