Are you at risk?
Nothing beats a happy heart. Consider having an Advanced Heart Check if you:
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Accurate & Affordable
Our Advanced Heart Check begins with a 128-slice CT scan that provides enhanced 3-D views of the inner workings of your heart. This provides our expert cardiologists and radiologists the best means to diagnose any areas of concern.
Don’t Miss A Beat
It’s quick and easy, so you can schedule a normal day of activity around the procedure. Following your test, you’ll receive a CD to view the images of your heart and a medical summary will be mailed to your primary physician.
Peace of Mind
Never has it been easier to rule out normal aches and pains and to fully understand if your heart is healthy. If you or someone you love have known risk factors for heart disease such as family history, obesity, stressed lifestyle, history of smoking or diabetes, the Advanced Heart Check is for you.
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How to Prepare for your Advanced Heart Check
When preparing for your Advanced Heart Check appointment, be sure to follow these directions to ensure an accurate test.
Drink 32 ounces of water one hour before your test.
Please arrive 30 minutes before your appointment time.
Take your usual medications—with the exception of Viagra for 24 hours, Cialis or Levitra for 48 hours before your appointment.
Bring a current list of ALL your daily prescription and nonprescription drugs, along with the dosages OR bring all of your medications in their original containers, on the date of service.
If possible, do not wear any metal objects to your appointment.
Do not wear an underwire bra.
FOOD & DRINK
Do not eat any solid foods for 3 hours before your test.
Do not have any caffeinated beverages or foods (i.e. coffee, tea, cola, energy drinks or chocolate) for 12 hours before your appointment.
Avoid all vigorous exercise for 12 hours before your appointment.
Your heart rate must be between 60-65 beats per minute for this exam. If it is greater than 80, you may be given a prescription for a BETA BLOCKER (Lopressor) and the appointment will be rescheduled.
If you do not make your payment when scheduling, your payment will need to be made at the time of your appointment or the appointment will be rescheduled.