two-step test

two-step test

[′tü ¦step ′test]
(medicine)
Repeated ascents over two 9-inch (23-centimeter) steps as a simple exercise test of cardiovascular function. Also known as Master's two-step test.
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Hu said many developing countries are not equipped to administer the two-step test.
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