How can we together improve coronary artery disease detection?

With the non-invasive HeartFlow® Analysis.

Using data from a standard CT scan, the HeartFlow FFRCT Analysis creates a personalized 3D model of the coronary arteries and analyzes the impact that blockages have on blood flow.

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Uncertainty Should
Be a Thing of the Past

Today’s non-invasive diagnostic tests provide little explanation of chest pain, leading many patients to unnecessary invasive testing.

In fact, more than half of patients who undergo these invasive tests have no significant blockage.1Patel, et al., N Engl J Med 2010; 362: 886-95.

Unnecessary Invasive Test

Drive Better Patient-Care Decisions Together


Identify whether patients have CAD before they undergo an invasive test.


Determine optimal treatment and reduce unnecessary tests.

PLATFORM Study Results

The HeartFlow Analysis
aids physicians during the diagnostic decision-making process.

Compared with usual care, a HeartFlow-guided strategy:

Easy Clinical Adoption

  1. Perform coronary CT scan This standard imaging method captures detailed pictures of the heart and its blood vessels. Coronary CT scans are performed at tens of thousands of facilities worldwide.
  2. Upload data via secure connection Using industry-leading protocols and technologies at every step to ensure protection of patient data, the CT images are securely transferred to HeartFlow.
  3. HeartFlow analyzes data Powerful, cutting-edge computing technology and deep clinical experience are combined to assess the impact that blockages have on blood flow.
  4. HeartFlow delivers results via secure interface Analyses are returned to clinicians and are used, along with other available information, to provide a more complete picture of each patient’s heart health.

Sophisticated Analysis, Delivered Simply

  • HeartFlow creates a personalized, digital 3D model of the arteries.
  • Powerful computer algorithms solve millions of complex equations to assess the impact that blockages have on blood flow.
  • The result is a color-coded map that aids clinicians in determining, vessel-by-vessel, if sufficient blood is reaching the heart.
Information regarding the Indications and Limitations of the HeartFlow Analysis can be found here.