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Incremental prognostic value of the exercise electrocardiogram in the initial assessment of patients with suspected angina: cohort study.
CHICAGO -- In women who present for evaluation of suspected coronary artery disease and who are at low to intermediate pretest risk, an exercise electrocardiogram is a better initial diagnostic strategy than is the popular combination of exercise ECG plus myocardial perfusion single-photon emission computed tomography imaging, according to the randomized WOMEN trial.
Assessment of the exercise electrocardiogram in women versus men using tomographic myocardial perfusion imaging as the reference standard, Am J Cardiol 87: 868-873.
We reviewed the records of 50 patients with CSX who had undergone exercise electrocardiogram test and coronary angiography at the UludaG University Cardiovascular Laboratories between 2003 and 2005.