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Cardiovascular Disease

Cardiovascular Disease - Diagnosis

A typical diagnosis of heart disease starts from a physical examination and assessment of the patient’s medical history. Based on the findings of the assessment, the doctor may request for one or more selected cardiac diagnostic tests to be performed for the patient.

Some examples of additional diagnostic tests are:

Cardiovascular Disease - Preparing for surgery

Cardiovascular Disease - Post-surgery care