A Clear Picture

The HeartFlow Analysis is an advanced test that assesses coronary artery disease. It shows how each blockage impacts blood flow to your heart.

With this helpful information, your doctor can determine the next step in your treatment plan.

Patient Stories

Hank had a family history of heart disease, but he thought he was doing all the right things to prevent it. When a routine check discovered elevated blood pressure, he received a series of tests that ultimately led him to receiving a HeartFlow Analysis. It revealed significant disease in two main arteries, before it was too late.

A man swinging a golf club from a sandtrap

“The HeartFlow Analysis was the only test that was done on me that was truly definitive in defining both the amount of blockage in my coronary arteries and the flow restriction.”

– Hank P.

See Hank’s Story

Randy jogged regularly and noticed it was becoming harder to catch his breath. Traditional non-invasive tests showed no significant coronary artery disease, however Randy had a feeling something was not right. After learning about the HeartFlow Analysis, Randy sought out the test hoping it would provide answers. He was right.

A man and a woman sitting in a living room and smiling at the camera

“Existing tools didn’t provide information and clarity. The HeartFlow Analysis gives a doctor much more information to make an intelligent decision.”

– Randy R.

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After a traditional heart test created more questions than answers, Stephen's doctor recommended the HeartFlow Analysis. The results helped Stephen's doctor identify triple vessel disease and determine the best treatment for him.

A man and a woman walking in a park holding hands and smiling while looking at each other

“The HeartFlow Analysis showed me a picture of my arteries and blockage inside my arteries and made me realize this was an issue I needed to take care of. Without HeartFlow I’m not sure I’d be standing here today.”

– Stephen B.

See Stephen’s Story

Patient Stories

A man swinging a golf club from a sandtrap

Hank had a family history of heart disease, but he thought he was doing all the right things to prevent it. When a routine check discovered elevated blood pressure, he received a series of tests that ultimately led him to receiving a HeartFlow Analysis. It revealed significant disease in two main arteries, before it was too late.

“The HeartFlow Analysis was the only test that was done on me that was truly definitive in defining both the amount of blockage in my coronary arteries and the flow restriction.”

– Hank P.

 

See Hank’s Story

A man and a woman sitting in a living room and smiling at the camera

Randy jogged regularly and noticed it was becoming harder to catch his breath. Traditional non-invasive tests showed no significant coronary artery disease, however Randy had a feeling something was not right. After learning about the HeartFlow Analysis, Randy sought out the test hoping it would provide answers. He was right.

“Existing tools didn’t provide information and clarity. The HeartFlow Analysis gives a doctor much more information to make an intelligent decision.”

– Randy R.

 

See Randy’s Story

A man and a woman walking in a park holding hands and smiling while looking at each other

After a traditional heart test created more questions than answers, Stephen's doctor recommended the HeartFlow Analysis. The results helped Stephen's doctor identify triple vessel disease and determine the best treatment for him.

“The HeartFlow Analysis showed me a picture of my arteries and blockage inside my arteries and made me realize this was an issue I needed to take care of. Without HeartFlow I’m not sure I’d be standing here today.”

– Stephen B.

 

See Stephen’s Story

How it Works

1
A CT machine

Your doctor will order a CT scan to look for blockages. If the scan shows disease, your doctor may order a HeartFlow Analysis.

2
A graphic of the arteries of the heart

Using your CT scan, the HeartFlow Analysis creates a computerized 3D model of your coronary arteries. The test does not require another appointment and there is no additional risk to you.

3
A graphic showing magnification on one of the coronary arteries

With trained specialists and powerful computers, the HeartFlow Analysis calculates how much each blockage limits your blood flow.

4
A color coded graphic of the coronary arteries with a line pointing to one vessel showing a 0.69 numerical value

Your doctor receives a digital, color-coded, 3D model of your blood flow. These results give you and your doctor the answers needed to determine the next step in your treatment plan.

*Image is not representative of actual product.

Coronary Artery Disease

Coronary artery disease (CAD) is the most common type of heart disease and affects 15.5 million Americans. 1 Common symptoms of CAD include chest pain or tightness, shortness of breath and heart palpitations. Some patients may have no symptoms.

CAD is usually caused by blockages in the blood vessels that supply blood to your heart muscle. These blockages may limit blood flow to your heart and increase your risk of a heart attack.

1 American Heart Association. Heart Disease and Stroke Statistics – 2016 Updated.

A graphic showing a comparison between an artery narrowed by blockage and a normal artery without blockage against its artery wall

The HeartFlow Analysis may not be appropriate for all patients. If your physician suspects coronary artery disease and orders a coronary CT, your doctor may decide that you are eligible for a HeartFlow Analysis. While no diagnostic test is perfect, the HeartFlow Analysis has demonstrated higher diagnostic performance compared to other non-invasive cardiac tests.1

1. Nørgaard, et al. J Am Coll Cardiol. 2014; Driessen, et al. Presented at EuroPCR 2018.

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