Ask the Doctors: Annual Stress Test ; What to do about low blood pressure?; Is There Any Way to get Rid of the Color Caused by Bloodthinners?

Do I need to have a stress test every year? In short, the answer is no. We used to recommend regular exercise stress tests for patients with coronary artery disease (CAD) and those who had undergone revascularization. Today, we generally recommend stress tests be done at wider intervals, or when these patients develop new symptoms. […]
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