CARDIAC (HEART) SCREENING

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Cardiac screening consists of detailed physical examinations and tests to determine if your heart is functioning healthily, and provides suitable lifestyle changes.

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The screening tests are designed to detect early features of heart or vascular disease in individuals who may not yet have any symptoms, thereby allowing for earlier diagnosis and treatment.

Cardiac Screening

Cardiac Screening identifies people with evidence of heart disease (such as blockages in the arteries supplying blood to the heart) or conditions that can increase the risk of heart disease (such as diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol levels). The results help the cardiologist estimate the risk of a heart attack and recommend specific treatments. The tests take little time to perform and can give you peace of mind or a timely wake-up call to change your lifestyle before a serious heart problem occurs.

Highly recommended for people above 40 years who wants a complete screen for cardiovascular and cancer risks. It detects risk factors like diabetes, hypertension or high cholesterol levels, which can lead to coronary artery disease.

Body Composition Measurement

  • Body height & weight
  • Body Mass Index
  • Subcutaneous fat percentage
  • Skeletal muscle percentage
  • Visceral fat level
  • Blood pressure & heart rate

Radiology Investigations

  • Chest X-Ray
  • Abdomen ultrasound
  • Breast ultrasound (female only)

Pre-Screening Consultation & Examination

  • Detailed personal & family medical history
  • Examination of heart, lungs & abdomen
  • Neurological & musculoskeletal examination

Cardiac Investigations

  • 12 lead resting ECG
  • Exercise treadmill test
  • Carotid intima medial thickness scan

Laboratory Analysis

  • Haematology profile
  • Coronary risk profile
  • Diabetes profile
  • Bone & joint profile
  • Kidney profile
  • Liver & biliary profile
  • Thyroid profile
  • Hepatitis profile
  • Tumour markers
  • Urine profile
  • Stool occult blood

POST SCREENING REVIEW BY SPECIALIST

OPTIONAL ITEMS
Upgrade from Exercise Treadmill Testing to CPET Testing for $250

General Medical Screen

Female - $1350
Male - $1250

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Cardiac Screening
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