TMT Test (Treadmill Test)

A Treadmill (TMT) test, also known as a cardiac stress test, determines how much further your heart can run before developing an irregular beat or blood supply to the heart muscle. It allows your doctor to see how your heart reacts when pressed. You'll be required to walk or run, with the level of difficulty steadily increasing.

TMT Test Cost in India

Test Type Heart test
Preparation Should not eat and take caffeine for at least 12 hours prior to the test. If you use an inhaler, carry it with you for a test. Water can be taken at least 4 hours before the test
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TMT test costs in Hyderabad Rs.850 to Rs.1000 approximately
TMT test costs in Vizag Rs. 1125 to Rs. 1500 approximately
TMT test costs in Nasik Rs. 1400 to Rs. 2000 approximately
TMT test cost in Aurangabad Rs. 1200 to Rs. 1500 approximately
TMT test costs in Nellore Rs. 1800 to Rs. 2000 approximately
TMT test costs in Chandanagar Rs. 1500 to Rs. 2000 approximately
TMT test costs in Srikakulam Rs. 1200 to Rs. 2500 approximately
TMT test costs in Sangamner Rs. 1500 to Rs. 2000 approximately
TMT test costs in Kurnool Rs. 900 to Rs. 1500 approximately
TMT test costs in Kakinada Rs. 1000 to Rs. 2000 approximately

A TMT test cost in India at different locations may vary.

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Normal TMT test Levels

The highest expected heart rate for adults is 220 - your age. So, when you're 40 yrs old, your maximum heart rate prediction becomes 220 – 40 equals 180. During diagnostic treadmill testing, some clinicians aim for 85 percent of the expected maximal heart rate.

For any abnormal value, you must consult a cardiologist

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Frequently Asked Questions

Typically used to identify coronary artery disease or assess prognosis following a myocardial injury (heart condition) or coronary surgery

Yes, you should be on fast for 12 hours prior to the test. You can take water 4 hours prior to the test

Patients with angina symptoms, a history of heart attack, and who have had angioplasty/bypass surgery

You can skip a meal. Water is permitted, and BP medications, if any, should be discussed with a doctor. Some blood pressure medications must be discontinued first

It's best not to consume anything for at least two hours before the test. If the patient desires, they may drink water

The entire process takes around an hour. The test will last ten to fifteen minutes. It takes approximately 15 minutes to prepare

Chest leads are attached after obtaining history & checking vitals, and the patient is informed that the machine will progressively increase the speed with slope every 3 minutes

A positive test indicates that the patient's ECG has changed due to angina (inadequate blood flow to the heart) after exertion. It indicates that the patient has ischemic heart disease

A negative result indicates that the patient's heart has adequate blood flow even under moderate or high strain, and there are no symptoms of cardiac disease

Exacerbation of angina, dyspnea, or arrhythmia may occur. These problems have a 1% chance of occurring

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