How To Read A Treadmill?
yesterday I did the tradmilltest. nsummary. resti g ECG NORMAL nFUNCTIONAL CAPACITY NORMAL. nHR RESPONSE TO EXECISE; APPO ROPRIATE nBP EXECISE,: normal restig BP apporiate response nChespain; none nArrirhmias,: none nST Chhanges: nnone noverall impression: normal stress tess nwhat the result is doctor thanks
Hello, good afternoon Dinda.
We need to convey before explaining further, that the results of the treadmill examination that you have been through should be consulted again with the doctor who examined you directly at that time. Because the doctor is the one who knows the condition during the examination, and the doctor is the one who has the right to conclude your condition.
normal ECG resting, meaning that when you are at rest (before starting the treadmill) record your heart within normal limits
HR (Heart Rate) responds to an appropriate exercise, meaning that your heart rate while on the treadmill is classified as normal
BP (Blood Pressure) normal exercise, meaning that your blood pressure during the treadmill is classified as normal
Resting BP Appropriate, means that your blood pressure before doing the treadmill (at rest) is classified as normal
Chestpain: none, means that during the treadmill test you do not feel chest pain
Arrhythmias: none and ST Changes: none, mean that there are no abnormalities of the treadmill's heart record
Overall impression: normal, meaning that the overall results of the treadmill that are undertaken give a normal impression
Discuss the results of your treadmill test again with the doctor who examined you, because he has the most right to conclude your health condition.
I hope this helps.
Greetings, dr. Denisa