Cardiac arrest is a common and serious illness that is prevalent in and around the world. 1 in 5 people is susceptible to the danger of contracting heart diseases. The reasons can from bad food and lifestyle habits, lack or no physical activity, obesity, diabetes, a history of smoking. Moreover, because of heart ailments, the body is susceptible to contract other ailments too. As the immunity of the body is less. No matter what your age is, it is advisable to get a cardiac risk assessment done.
This assessment is done to find out how much risk a person has in contracting heart disease. It is always better to keep yourself safe, take measures beforehand to avoid any complications in the future. Cardiac risk assessment tests are done with the help of new and latest technology. This way the results are given to the patient the same day. Hence, the treatment continues without any delays.
There are various tests to check the risk in a human being –
- Stress Test
- EKG Test
- CT Scans
- Carotid Ultrasound
- Lab tests – to check BP, Cholesterol levels in the body.
- Heart Rhythm Monitoring
The above tests use the latest technology that brings in more accurate results. The diagnostic centre is in the hospital or in the nursing centre where the treatment is taking place. The specialists or trained professional doctors conduct the tests.
The cardiologists are the ones who treat heart ailments. They will ask you a number of questions to know about your family history, your lifestyle, exercise routines to establish medical history. This helps the doctor to know the risks and refer to the series of tests. One should be open and honest with the doctor and share your lifestyle. This way one can ensure that the treatment will help prevent ourselves from any heart ailments.
The older you are, the more the risk. So, regular appointments with the doctor are a necessary step. One can book it by call or online. Also, there are different procedures for different types of patients like new patients, ongoing treatment patients, immediate care patients, or emergency cases. The patients look for good treatment by the doctor and staff. Better the hospitality so will be their patient count.
To conclude, cardiac assessment tests are the only way to see the risk that a person has. The earlier the risk is found, the better will the treatment and prevention.