A nuclear stress test can be performed for many different indications. Some of the common reasons are: shortness of breath chest pain or tightness previous history or family history of cardiac problems follow-up on progression of known disease establishment of a baseline for newly diagnosed cardiac patients arm/jaw/back pain (less likely) assessment of damage from
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Communicating with our patients is a huge part of our job and our responsibility as medical professionals. When we’re unable to tell our patients what we need from them, and are unable to find out what they need from us, it puts not only the diagnostic quality of their tests at risk, but could put