HeartTrends Outperforms Exercise Stress Test Compared to Myocardial Perfusion Imaging
Clinical Study on 450 Subjects; Important Noninvasive Technique for Early Detection of Myocardial Ischemia
Read the multi-center, peer-reviewed study that appeared recently in the American Journal of Cardiology. The data was also formally published in Clinical Trials.gov (www.clinicaltrials.gov). Have a look at the clinical evidence and decide for yourself.
* Sensitivity: % of Positive (sick) patients identified by test (HeartTrends or EST) out of the truly Positive results
** Negative Predictive Value: % of truly Negative (healthy) patients, compared to Gold Standard, out of entire Negative results
While your results may differ --or even be lower -- HeartTrends offers a new additional “risk factor” for enhanced patient diagnosis.
Mayo Clinic Study Demonstrates HeartTrends Improves Early Detection for Heart Disease in Healthy Individuals
World's largest study on 1,043 subjects shows improved detection of myocardial ischemia versus traditional methods and validates new cardiac risk factor