Will You Have a Heart Attack in Next 9 Years? (Shocking)
If you knew you were going to have a heart attack next year, would you take steps to prevent it?
Of course you would!
While we don’t have a crystal ball, your body gives you clues about future health risks.
And now there’s a new technology that takes a peek inside your arteries… and it can predict your likelihood of having a heart attack in the next NINE YEARS.
The best part?
That’s plenty of time to make the necessary changes to lower your risk.
Artificial intelligence isn’t the medicine of the future… it’s the medicine of TODAY.
Scientists are already using deep learning data sets to gather information and make connections that would otherwise take humans years to put together.
One of the latest is a new technology that can predict your risk of having a heart attack.
Coronary CT angiogram (CTTA) is already used in clinical practice. It’s an imaging test that checks for narrowed or blocked arteries in your heart.
The new technology uses the CTTA plus AI (artificial intelligence) and deep learning technology to produce something called a fat attenuation index score (FAI score).
This test measures the INFLAMMATION in and around your heart — and it turns out it’s a FAR BETTER predictor of future heart problems than the CTTA alone.
A study involving 4,000 patients found that people with abnormal FAI scores were up to NINE TIMES more likely to have a heart attack in the next nine years than those with normal FAI scores.
It also indicated that the current CTTA may not be as accurate of a predictor of future heart risk. Approximately one-third of those who were considered low risk after a CTTA alone were found to be a HIGH RISK once the FAI score was factored in.
The technology is called CaRi-Heart, and it has already been approved for use across Europe.
In the future they hope to determine if this technology can also identify patients at risk of stroke and diabetes.
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Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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