Cardiac Heart Score CT
CT Cardiac Calcium Scoring is a non-invasive way of identifying if, where
and how much calcified plaque is present in coronary arteries. The amount
of calcium found during this test is expressed as a calcium score and
helps determine your risk for stroke or heart attack.
Are you at risk for stroke or heart attack?
- Males age 45 – 70
- Females age 55 – 70
- Those with the following risk factors:
Who should consider having a CT Calcium Score?
- Family history of heart disease
- History of smoking
- High cholesterol
- High blood pressure
- Physical inactivity