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TMT stands for “Treadmill Test,” which is a medical test that is used to evaluate the heart’s response to exercise. During a TMT, the patient walks on a treadmill while being monitored for changes in heart rate, blood pressure, and electrocardiogram (ECG) readings. The test is used to diagnose and evaluate the severity of coronary artery disease, and to assess the effectiveness of treatment. It may also be used to determine a patient’s exercise capacity and to guide cardiac rehabilitation programs. TMT is also known as exercise stress test or cardiac stress test. The benefits of a TMT or treadmill test are as follows:
  1. Diagnosis of Coronary Artery Disease (CAD): TMT is one of the most commonly used tests to diagnose CAD, which is the narrowing or blockage of the blood vessels that supply the heart.
  2. Evaluation of heart function: TMT can help evaluate the function of the heart by monitoring changes in the heart rate, blood pressure, and ECG readings during exercise.
  3. Assessment of Exercise Capacity: TMT can also be used to assess a person’s exercise capacity and help develop an exercise plan or rehabilitation program.
  4. Monitoring of Cardiac Rehabilitation: TMT can be used to monitor the progress of patients in cardiac rehabilitation programs.
  5. Safety evaluation of patients undergoing cardiac surgery: TMT can be used to evaluate the safety of patients undergoing cardiac surgery and to assess their ability to tolerate the stress of the surgery.
Overall, TMT is a non-invasive and relatively low-risk test that can provide valuable information about the function of the heart and the presence of coronary artery disease, as well as guide treatment plans and exercise programs