Thermal Scan For Cardiovascular Health

Digitial Infrared Thermal Imaging (DITI) is a non-invasive, pain free, no contact clinical imaging procedure that can detect elevated levels of C-Reactive Protein and the resulting inflammation which is an early risk indication for heart disease and increased stroke risk years before they occur.

Some ways of lowering inflammation are losing weight, exercising, lowering blood pressure, stop smoking and reduced alcohol intake.

“We believe the niche for C-reactive protein – and it is a large niche – is the healthy population who want to do what they can to lower their risk of cardiovascular disease,” says Dr. Richard Cannon of the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute.

 

Understand Your Risks to Prevent a Heart Attack

One of the most effective ways of reducing inflammation is by losing weight. Some others ways of lowering inflammation include exercising, lowering blood pressure, stop smoking and reduced alcohol intake. Other risk factors include stress, diabetes. 

Risk factors we cannot change include increasing age, being of the male gender and heredity (including race). 

It is therefore essential to consider making changes to live a healthier lifestyle. 

“The implications of this are enormous,” says Dr. Paul Ridker of Boston’s Brigham and Women’s Hospital. “It means we have an entire other way of treating, targeting and preventing heart disease that was essentially missed because of our focus solely on cholesterol.”

“We believe the niche for C-reactive protein – and it is a large niche – is the healthy population who want to do what they can to lower their risk of cardiovascular disease,” says Dr. Richard Cannon of the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute.

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