Cardiac Catheterization

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A cardiac catheterization is like a thinner colonoscopy but through the coronaries. Indications for cardiac catheterization include but are not limited to chest pain, itchiness, cough, eye pain, tummy ache, dysuria, and diarrhea.[1]


Other Cardiac Tests


- 1-Lead ECG

- 230-Lead ECG

- Amazon Echo

- Amazon Stress Test


References


  1. No Matter the Symptom, Local Cardiologist Pretty Convinced It’s an Anginal Equivalent



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