Online Resource

StressTestCoach.com

Visit this site to preview the Stress Test Coach—an online resource for patients who are preparing for a cardiac stress test. It can help them learn more about types of stress tests, how to get ready for a test, and what to expect on the day of the test. Stress Test Coach is available in both English and Spanish.

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Downloadable Materials

Patient Heart Imaging Test Guide

This 8-page brochure details what patients can expect during a cardiac stress test procedure and how to prepare for it.

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Patient Test Prep Checklist

This 2-page checklist can help your patients prepare for their stress test, and it includes a partial list of foods, drinks, and medications they should avoid before the test.

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"Getting Ready" Patient Handout

This handout provides details on what patients need to know about their cardiac stress test procedure and how they can prepare for it. Specifically, it provides them with a checklist of do's and don't's for the days leading up to their test. The handout also includes a place to record the date, time, and location of their procedure.

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Stress Test Coach Handout

Designed to inform your patients, Stress Test Coach is an online resource for people who are going to undergo a cardiac stress test. The handout lets them know what the online resource offers and prompts them to visit StressTestCoach.com to join and learn more.

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Early Detection Patient Fact Sheet

Specifically designed for female patients, this fact sheet provides an educational background about heart disease, the #1 killer of women in the United States. It also encourages patients to have a conversation with their doctor about heart disease, especially if they have any risk factors and potential symptoms.

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Risk Awareness Patient Fact Sheet

This informational fact sheet can help educate patients on the risk factors and early detection of coronary artery disease (CAD), as well as measures that can be taken to help prevent cardiac events.

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