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Coronary Artery Disease
Coronary artery disease (CAD) is the
most common type of heart disease
and affects 15.5 million Americans.
Common symptoms of CAD include
chest pain or tightness, shortness of
breath and heart palpitations. Some
patients may have no symptoms.
CAD is usually caused by blockages
in the blood vessels that supply
blood to your heart muscle. These
blockages may limit blood flow to
your heart and increase your
risk of a heart attack.
When you have symptoms of CAD,
your doctor may order a CT scan to
look for blockages in your arteries.
Sometimes, a CT scan provides enough
information. Other times, more
information is needed.
The HeartFlow Analysis is an advanced
test that shows how each blockage
impacts blood flow to your heart.
It provides helpful information that
your doctor can use to determine the
next step in your treatment plan.
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is ≤ 0.80 and may indicate functional significance.
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Your doctor will order a
Using your CT scan, the HeartFlow
to look for blockages. If the scan
Analysis creates a
shows disease, your doctor may
3D model of your coronary
order a HeartFlow Analysis.
arteries. The test does not require
another appointment and there
is no additional risk to you.
With trained specialists and
Your doctor receives a digital,
powerful computers, the
color-coded, 3D model of your
blood flow. These results give
how much each blockage limits
you and your doctor the answers
your blood flow.
determine the next
step in your treatment plan.
The HeartFlow Analysis
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Ask your doctor if the HeartFlow
Analysis is right for you.
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The HeartFlow Analysis is intended to support the functional evaluation
and assessment of coronary artery disease by qualified clinicians.
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The HeartFlow FFR
Analysis has received FDA clearance, is
CE-marked, and is commercially available in the United States, Europe,
Japan, and Canada.