Pharmacological Cardiac MRI Stress Test: Regadenoson

A pharmacological cardiac magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) stress test is a diagnostic test that creates detailed images of your heart and blood vessels. During the test, a medication called Regadenoson is injected through your IV that increases the blood flow to your heart. This medication will mimic the effects of stress or exercise on your heart.

How do I schedule this test?

Your doctor can order this test through University Hospitals EMR or fax a paper order to University Hospitals Radiology Scheduling at 216-844-7629.

Or if you have an order from your doctor, you can schedule directly in the Center for Advanced Heart & Vascular Care by calling 216-286-2600.


University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center
Center for Advanced Heart & Vascular Care
11100 Euclid Ave., Humphrey Building, Suite 2630
Cleveland, OH 44106

University Hospitals Ahuja Medical Center
3999 Richmond Rd., First Floor
Beachwood, OH 44122