HOW TO PREVENT A HEART ATTACK

Step One…Do you have heart disease?

Our CT-Heart Scan with Coronary Calcium Score (CCS) is 99% accurate identifying heart disease. If your coronary calcium score is greater than zero you have heart disease.

Step Two…How severe is your heart disease?

Your cardiologist can now order additional tests, covered by insurance, to determine your prognosis. 

Step Three…Eliminate your heart attack risk.

Armed with the prognosis your cardiologist will initiate treatment proven to improve your prognosis and reducing your risk of a sudden, possibly fatal heart attack.

Heart Disease May Be a Serious COVID-19 Risk Factor

Did You Know?

  • CDC, December 2, 2019, Heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women, and people of most racial and ethnic groups in the United States. One person dies every 37 seconds in the United States from cardiovascular disease. About 647,000 Americans die from heart disease each year-that’s 1 in every 4 deaths.”
  • The Washington Post, July 20, 2019, “I thought my heart attack risk was low. A coronary calcium score told me otherwise.”
  • DAIC (Diagnostic and Interventional Cardiology), October 17, 2018, “A high calcium score is high risk and a zero calcium score is low risk.” (Dr. Matthew Budoff, Professor of Medicine UCLA

So What Can You Do?

  • Schedule your Smart Scan “Gift of Life-CT Heart Scan with Coronary Calcium Score”
  • Call today and take advantage our Complimentary CT-Heart Scan offer

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Examples of scans

EARLY STAGE LUNG CANCER

This early lung cancer was found before the patient had any symptoms. It was cured with surgical removal.

RENAL CANCER

Renal cancers are extremely difficult to cure once they have spread. This patient had no symptoms. The Full Body Scan revealed the tumor while it was still curable with surgery.

CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE

The Full Body Scan detects and quantifies Coronary Artery Disease earlier than any other test. Early detection and treatment can lower the risks of heart attack and stroke.