TMT Test Price and Centres in Bangalore [2024]

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Treadmill Test (TMT) in Bangalore
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A treadmill test (TMT) is also known as a cardiac stress test. This test evaluates the blood circulation in the heart when the body is at rest and when the body is put under physical pressure. This test helps the doctor know how the heart responds to being pushed. The patient will be asked to walk on the treadmill during the scan.

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TMT test price in Bangalore

The following are some TMT test prices in Bangalore. Note that the prices mentioned below may vary. Call us to know the updated prices.

Treadmill Test in Bangalore MFine Price (In Rs) MRP (In Rs)
Tenet Diagnostics Centre, Jayanagar 1320 1000
Image Diagnostics, Ashwath Nagar 1312.5 1750
Aster Clinic, Yelahanka 1323 1470
Prima Diagnostics, Yelahanka 1400 1750
Prima Diagnostics, Kanakanapura 1400 1750
Prima Diagnostics, Rajarajeshwari Nagar 1400 1750
Prima Diagnostics, Sarjapur 1400 1750
Prima Diagnostics, Jayanagar 1400 1750
Prima Diagnostics, Whitefield 1400 1750
Ebisu Diagnostics, HSR Layout 1445 1700
Aster Clinic, Manyata 1453.5 1615
Sakra Premium Clinic, Sarjapur Road 1520 1600
Aarthi Diagnostics, Jaya Nagar 1530 1700
Aarthi Diagnostics, Rajaji Nagar 1530 1700
Add-On Scans And Labs, Kaikondrahalli 1530 1700
Aarthi Diagnostics, Indiranagar 1530 1700
Aarthi Diagnostics, Padmanabanagar 1530 1700
Aarthi Diagnostics, Koramangala 1530 1700
Clumax Diagnostics, Marathahalli 1615 1700
Clumax Diagnostics, Horamavu 1615 1700

Frequently Asked Questions

What Is A Treadmill Test (TMT)?

A Treadmill Test (TMT) is a cardiology test that measures the ability of the heart to react to stressful conditions under medical supervision. It is a type of stress test that is conducted while the patient exercises by walking on a treadmill. It is primarily used to check whether the heart receives enough blood and oxygen when it is required the most. This is done by monitoring the effects of exercise on heart rate.

A Treadmill Test can be performed for a number of reasons:

  • Identifying Coronary artery disease (CAD)
  • Evaluating the functioning of the heart
  • Studying heart rate patterns  
  • Detecting heart conditions
  • Monitoring ongoing medicines/treatments. 

What Is The Procedure For a Treadmill Test (TMT)?

During a Treadmill Test, the patient is asked to start by slowly walking on a treadmill. As the test continues, the speed and level of the treadmill are increased to evaluate the effect on the heart.

If at any point, the patient is uncomfortable and is facing side effects like chest pain, weakness, knee ache – the patient may ask the doctor to stop the test.

When the doctor is satisfied with the results, the patient will be asked to stop exercising. The doctor will continue to evaluate the heart rate and breathing pattern even after this, for a short period.

Prerequisites For Treadmill Test (TMT)

Prior to a treadmill test, the doctor may conduct a physical exam of the patient. The patient is recommended to provide the doctor with complete medical history for proper evaluation. If the patient is facing any symptoms, the doctor must be informed about the same.

A few important things to keep in mind before the test:

  • The doctor should be informed if you have medical conditions like arthritis, diabetes
  • Any ongoing medicines should only be taken as per usual unless asked otherwise
  • Avoid nicotine or/and caffeine completely
  • If you are diabetic, consult with the doctor beforehand
  • Try to wear loose clothing – something light and breathable
  • Comfortable shoes – should be easy to exercise in like sport shoes

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