Exercise Stress Test Directory
The exercise stress test is a test that checks the heart's electrical activity while you are exercising. Abnormalities may help identify the presence of coronary artery disease. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about exercise stress tests, why they are done, and what to expect when you get one.
Heart Disease and Stress Tests
Stress tests are used to determine if you have heart disease. What are they? How do they do what they do?
Angina (Ischemic Chest Pain)
Angina can feel like a heart attack, but often it's something else. Get all your questions about it answered here.
How Do I Get a Diagnosis of Heart Failure?
Diagnosing heart failure starts with a few questions and continues with exams and tests. Here’s what you can expect.
Heart Tests You May Need If You Have Diabetes
If you have diabetes, you are at higher risk of developing heart disease. WebMD explains some of the heart tests you may need to determine damage to the heart muscle.