Harvard Women's Health Watch

Making smart screening decisions: Part 3: Cardiac screening tests

Screening EKGs or other routine imaging tests are not recommended for women without heart disease risk factors. However, women who are at a higher risk for heart disease should visit a doctor to determine whether they need further testing.

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