Tag Archives: dyspnea

Exercise echo: a diastolic and systolic function evaluation test for patients with dyspnea

Exercise echocardiography may be of interest for the assessment of patients with dyspnea. Dyspnea on effort may be an angina-like symptom, and in this case ischemia should be ruled out, or reflect diastolic dysfunction, and in this

Shortness of breath from exercise: facts and fiction

Both athletes and aspiring young athletes can be concerned about getting excessively short of breath during exercise. Does that mean there is something wrong? The answer is maybe or maybe not.  All too often, the assumption is