A simple calcium score test may predict heart disease before symptoms arise – lowering your risk of a heart attack.
A calcium score test is used to detect calcium deposits found in atherosclerotic plaque in the coronary arteries. More coronary calcium means more coronary atherosclerosis, suggesting a greater likelihood of significant narrowing somewhere in the coronary system and a higher risk of future cardiovascular events.
Your doctor uses the calcium-score screening heart scan to evaluate risk for future coronary artery disease. Those at increased risk include individuals with the following traits:
- Family or personal history of coronary artery disease
- Male over 45 years of age or female over 55 years of age
- Past or present smoker
- History of high cholesterol, diabetes or high blood pressure
- Inactive lifestyle
$55 per person
Now through March 1, 2020
Call (228) 809-2355 to schedule your screening at one of our convenient locations.
3109 Bienville Blvd
Ocean Springs, MS
3101 Denny Avenue
2809 Denny Ave
Physician order required. Payment is required at the time of service.