If you are having symptoms of cardiovascular disease, your physician will likely recommend tests to gather more information about the nature and severity of the problem. These tests can be as simple as taking your blood pressure in the doctor’s office or as complex as scheduling an appointment for a high-tech imaging test to view your blood vessels from the inside.
The list below contains common tests used to diagnose cardiovascular disease. These tests are performed in the physician’s office or hospital. Lab tests and at- home tests may be performed as well.
In-office and hospital tests: