Heart Care Clinic
Cardiac Screening can identify conditions that can lead to Heart Attack or Stroke.
Using Cardiologist-approved, patented equipment and software, we measure real-time arterial pulse waves in a non-invasive test. The test is administered by a Clinical Technician in under 30 minutes, while the patient sits comfortably.
30th March 2020
To help prevent the spread of Covid 19 we have suspended all our upcoming Heart Screening Events.
When the country starts to return to normal – we will rearrange missed dates and list new ones.
We wish everyone all the best during these difficult times and look forward to getting back to work as soon as it is safe to do so.
If you have a booking for a Screening that’s been cancelled – please, do not worry – we will be rearranging new appointments & evens as soon as the situation allows.
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Cardiac Screening can help identify underlying heart conditions that can lead to Heart Attack or Stroke.
1 in 300 people may have a cardiac abnormality.
1.2 million Irish people will suffer from high blood pressure by the year 2020, but ONLY HALF of the people suffering from high blood pressure are aware that they have this condition.
The GAA and Irish Olympic Committee recommend cardiac screening for Athletes.
Cardiac screening is mandatory in some European countries.
Using Cardiologist-approved, patented equipment and software, we measure central Aortic Pressure (CAP) by tracking real-time arterial pulse waves in a non-invasive test.
The test is administered by a Clinical Technician in under 30 minutes, while the patient sits comfortably.
For more than a century, hypertension diagnosis and treatment were based on brachial blood pressure but not central aortic pressure. Blood pressure is conventionally measured in the upper arm and is usually higher than Central Aortic Pressure (CAP) due to the increased pressure associated with smaller arteries in the arm.
CAP captures the blood pressure at the root of the aorta and has been shown to be the strongest predictor for strokes and heart attacks.
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