The HeartFlow Difference
Now there is a non-invasive way of diagnosing Coronary Artery Disease (CAD) with more accuracy: the HeartFlow Analysis. This cardiac test provides a personalized, color-coded 3D model of your coronary arteries showing how the blockages are impacting blood. The HeartFlow Analysis is the first and only non-invasive test which enables your physician to understand the impact that narrowings and blockages have on blood flow to your heart – information that otherwise would only be available with a riskier, invasive procedure. Benefits include:
- Enables a more accurate diagnosis of CAD compared to other non-invasive tests
- Provides <1% chance of missing disease
- Non-invasive, therefore imposing less risk
- Provides a streamlined experience with fewer unnecessary tests and outpatient visits
- No additional radiation exposure
Your doctor will order a standard CT scan of your heart to look for CAD. If the scan shows narrowings in your coronary arteries, your doctor may order a HeartFlow Analysis. No additional visit is needed for this test.
Your doctor receives your HeartFlow Analysis – a personalized, color-coded 3D model of your coronary arteries showing how the blockages are impacting blood flow. This gives your doctor the detailed information needed to better understand the severity of disease.
After interpreting your HeartFlow Analysis, your doctor will follow up with you to discuss the optimal next steps in your treatment plan.
If you are exhibiting symptoms of Coronary Artery Disease, such as shortness of breath or chest pain, speak to your physician about scheduling a cardiac CT scan with HeartFlow Analysis.