What Is the Initial Screening Tests for Coronary Heart Disease?

Q:
What Is the Initial Screening Tests for Coronary Heart Disease?
A:
The first test you should take is the EKG (Electrocardiogram, ECC). If you don’t have any heart attacks, the EKG will give you a detailed diagnosis of your heart rhythm (ST segment elevation), generally in terms of ST depressions or Q waves.

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