Stress Test (TMT) Cost

Stress test (also called TMT) is performed to check how your heart performs when stressed (under physical activity/stress). Heart rate, blood pressure and breathing are recorded while walking on a treadmill and/or cycling.

Doctor normally recommends stress when if they suspect any heart condition or your ECG reports show some problems.

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Stress Test (TMT) Cost in Various Indian Cities
We have Stress Test (TMT) price information in 23 cities.
CityAverage PriceStarting PricePrice Upto
BangaloreRs. 1338.00Rs. 1000.00Rs. 1500.00
ChandigarhRs. 1360.00Rs. 1100.00Rs. 1500.00
ChennaiRs. 1680.00Rs. 1400.00Rs. 2000.00
GorakhpurRs. 1450.00Rs. 1200.00Rs. 2500.00
HyderabadRs. 1137.00Rs. 800.00Rs. 2000.00
JodhpurRs. 1100.00Rs. 500.00Rs. 1800.00
KolkataRs. 1280.00Rs. 950.00Rs. 2000.00
MumbaiRs. 1591.00Rs. 600.00Rs. 2500.00
MysoreRs. 995.00Rs. 400.00Rs. 1500.00
NashikRs. 1241.00Rs. 600.00Rs. 1800.00
Navi MumbaiRs. 2167.00Rs. 1500.00Rs. 2500.00
DelhiRs. 2929.00Rs. 300.00Rs. 5000.00
NoidaRs. 1633.00Rs. 1000.00Rs. 2500.00
PuneRs. 1453.00Rs. 700.00Rs. 2000.00
SecunderabadRs. 1161.00Rs. 950.00Rs. 1500.00
SiliguriRs. 754.00Rs. 500.00Rs. 1100.00
VisakhapatnamRs. 1763.00Rs. 900.00Rs. 3000.00

Stress Test (TMT) FAQs
Q: What is a stress test?
A: Also known as treadmill test (TMT) or exercise test, a stress test evaluates the response of the heart under a certain amount of workload. It monitors the heart rate, pulse, BP, cardiac activity and resultant tiredness.
Q: Why is stress test required?
A: This test is ordered by the doctor if he/she sees signs & symptoms like chest pain, troubled breathing, palpitations, etc. Along with this, a stress test can also help detect narrowing or blockage of coronary arteries.
Q: How is a stress test performed?
A: The patient is either made to walk on a treadmill or ride a stationary bike with the ECG leads connected to his body. The intensity is gradually increased to a time the patient finds it difficult to do so. After some rest, the vitals are checked again and compared.
Q: Is there any special preparation required for a stress test?
A: Fasting for a few hours before the test is encouraged. Avoid smoking and drinking alcohol before the procedure day. Do tell your doctor about your past medical history and details of medications you have been taking.
Q: Is this test risky?
A: A stress test is a completely non-invasive procedure and hence very safe. Patients suffering from heart disorders still face a risk of severe angina, myocardial infarction, tachycardia and cardiac arrest in rare cases. Discount Offers

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