Cardiac arrhythmia: Additional tests

Additional tests are sometimes used to evaluate patients with arrhythmia. The most common tests are long-term ECG recording, exercise testing, heart rate variability, electrophysiological studies, echocardiography and Doppler ultrasound tests, and blood tests. The choice of which test to use depends on the clinical circumstances.

Cardiac arrhythmia: Additional tests

Review Date: 5/3/2013

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