If you answered YES to any of these questions, you are at risk of cardiovascular disease.
If you think you are at risk, please call Cardiovascular Specialists today to schedule an appointment.
How can a Cardiac Calcium Scoring test save my life?
The Cardiac Calcium Scoring test is a noninvasive scan that takes only a few minutes. Although this screening test does not look for individual areas of blockage in the heart, it is an overall assessment of global risk for heart disease and is the only screening test that looks directly at the heart's arteries. The amount and density of the calcium plaque can predict the likelihood of a cardiac event, such as heart attack or need for coronary intervention, over the next one to two years. Recognizing heart disease early and preventing heart attacks is the key to saving lives.
Call Cardiovascular Specialists and ask about scheduling a Cardiac Calcium Scoring test.
Estimate your 10-Year Risk for Coronary Heart Disease
Framingham Point Scores
BMI is an estimate of body fat and a good gauge of your risk for diseases that can occur with more body fat.
Are your legs often tired or do your calves feel tight or ache when you walk or exercise? If YES, do your legs feel better when you stop the activity? If you answered YES to both of the questions above, talk to your doctor to see if he/she wants you to have a further test to see if you have disease in your legs.
Which of these apply to you?
If you answered YES to two or more of the risk factors listed above, your doctor may want to do further testing to see if you have Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD).