Stress and Cardiovascular Disease Research Proposal by The Research Group

Stress and Cardiovascular Disease
A research proposal to measure the reliability of stress tests in screening for heart problems.
# 12464 | 2,475 words | 8 sources | 1997 | US
Published on Jun 11, 2003 in Medical and Health (General) , Psychology (General)


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"EXERCISE STRESS TESTS AS INDICATORS OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE: A RESEARCH PROPOSAL
Introduction
Statement of the Problem
The issue of whether exercise stress testing should be used to screen asymptomatic men has prompted considerable debate (Evans & Karunaratne, 1992, pp. 121-132). An analysis using a cost/benefit model found little additional benefit from screening asymptomatic patients at average risk of cardiovascular disease. Many of the assumptions in this analysis can be criticized, and the case for or against the use of exercise stress testing in high-risk patients was not separately analyzed. Alternative opinion holds that stress testing is useful in screening asymptomatic men with multiple coronary risk factors, although ..."

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