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'Not-so-stressful' stress test assesses congenital heart disease in children

18:01 EST 13 Feb 2020 | News-Medical.net

Put a seemingly timid child with congenital heart disease on a treadmill, attach electrodes to their chest and place a mask over their mouth and nose to measure gas exchange, and it's amazing what you can learn about their cardiovascular and pulmonary health.

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