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    Chemical Stress Test with an aortic aneurism and MS
    seafoodlady posted:
    Is a Chemical Stress Test necessary while experiencing an aortic aneurism just one week ago and progressive MS?

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    Is it necessary to make a patient endure a chemical stress test while experiencing an aortic aneurism just one week ago and also has progressive MS? The B/P meds they placed him on has worked and his b/p is running apx. 130/80 now.
    • No this is placing him under undo danger.
    • This test will provide necessary info for the Cardiologist
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    Haylen_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi seafoodlady and welcome!

    This is an excellent question to ask in the WebMD Heart Disease community.

    We have a fantastic expert, Dr. Beckerman, who addresses questions like this.

    seafoodlady replied to Haylen_WebMD_Staff's response:
    Thank you Haylen (pretty name)
    Haylen_WebMD_Staff replied to seafoodlady's response:
    You are welcome!

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