Predicting Long-Term Survival for Patients with Normal Electrocardiogram After Cardiac Stress Test

Predicts long-term survival after exercise treadmill testing in patients with suspected coronary artery disease and a normal electrocardiogram.

Predicting Long-Term Survival for Patients with Normal Electrocardiogram After Cardiac Stress Test 00160 Coronary Artery Disease (CAD) Cleveland Clinic
Specifications: 

Abnormal Heart Rate Recovery (Y/N)
Age (Years)
Frequent Ventribular Ectopy during Recovery (Y/N)
History of Smoking (Y/N)
Hypertension (Y/N)
Male (Y/N)
Proportion of Predicted METs Achieved
ST-Segment Depression (mm)
Test-Induced Angina Petoris (Y/N)
Typical Angina Pectoris (Y/N)

Evidence: 
  1. Lauer MS, Pothier CE, Magid DJ, Smith SS, Kattan MW. An externally validated model for predicting long-term survival after exercise treadmill testing in patients with suspected coronary artery disease and a normal electrocardiogram. Ann Intern Med. 2007 Dec 18;147(12):821-8.
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00160