Comprehensive cardiac tests to better understand your heart health.
*Additional Blood & Urine Tests (Haematology, Thyroid Profile, Muscle/ Bone/ Joint Profile, Urine Analysis) are available at an additional $100.
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A heart screening generally involves a detailed consultation with the cardiologist to understand your personal and family history, as well as a physical examination to assess your cardiovascular risk. Non-invasive screening tests are carried out to detect any abnormalities of the heart that would have otherwise gone undetected without obvious symptoms.
A heart screening allows the cardiologist to determine your risk of future cardiovascular conditions and helps identify modifiable risk factors that can be controlled to reduce your risk of developing heart disease.
We recommend that everyone above the age of 40 consider heart screening, regardless of symptoms.
You are also urged to go for heart screening if you have one or more cardiovascular risk factors, such as smoking, diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, are overweight or obese, lead a sedentary or stressful lifestyle, or if you have a family history of heart disease.
It is best to undergo a heart screening before any symptoms arise, as early detection allows your cardiologist to start treatment before your condition worsens.
It is recommended that you undergo a heart screening every 2 - 4 years, or more often if you are at an increased risk for heart disease or stroke.
It ultimately depends on what heart tests are recommended to you by your cardiologist or what screening package you have chosen. Rest assured, your cardiologist will advise you on how best to prepare for your cardiac test to ensure efficiency and accurate results.
An ECG can show heart arrhythmia (heart rhythm irregularities) that may occur as a result of the heart’s electrical system malfunctioning. It is a first-line diagnostic test in any heart screening, and is a painless, non-invasive way of recording and measuring your heart’s electrical activity.
When your heart muscle is damaged as a result of a heart attack, your body releases substances in your blood. Blood tests help discern if, and how much, of your heart has been damaged.
Cadence Heart Centre’s blood investigations also involve a:
Kidney function test
Liver function test
Cardiac risk profile
Cardiac screening tests cannot be claimed by Medisave or insurance.
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