Electrocardiograph Tests

Electrocardiographic tests are noninvasive tests which use the electrocardiogram to evaluate the electrical activity generated by the heart at rest and with activity.

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Ambulatory Monitors

Ambulatory Monitors

Ambulatory monitors are small, portable electrocardiograph machines that are able to record the heart’s rhythm.

Caffeine-Free Guidelines in Preparation for a Stress Test

Caffeine-Free Guidelines in Preparation for a Stress Test

Instructions so that your test can be performed as scheduled, without delay.

Electrocardiogram (EKG)

Electrocardiogram (EKG)

A test that records on graph paper the electrical activity of the heart using a ECG/EKG device.

Exercise Stress Test

Exercise Stress Test

An exercise stress test that involves exercising on a treadmill while you are closely monitored.

Head Upright Tilt Test

Head Upright Tilt Test

A test that records your blood pressure and heart rate on a minute-by-minute basis while the table is tilted in a head-up position at different levels.

Metabolic Exercise Stress Test

Metabolic Exercise Stress Test

A test that involves exercising on a treadmill or stationary cycle while you are closely monitored and breathing through a mouthpiece and/or face mask.

Reviewed: 09/13

This information is about testing and procedures and may include instructions specific to Cleveland Clinic.
Please consult your physician for information pertaining to your testing.

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