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ABI (Ankle-Brachial Index): How to Detect Plaque By Yourself

ABI (Ankle-Brachial Index): How to Detect Plaque By Yourself

It's important to screen and measure coronary plaque. And there are many ways to do it. There’s the stress test that is used 5 million times a year. But it doesn't always work. You have to have over 50% occlusion to detect plaque.   There’s the standard angiography. About a...

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Estimating Heart Attack Risk with Framingham Risk Score

Estimating Heart Attack Risk with Framingham Risk Score

Judi was 68. Her doctor wanted to put her on statins because of her age and an LDL cholesterol value of 168. Her doctor also calculated her Framingham Risk Score, and she got 6.4%. That means she had a 6.4% probability of getting a heart attack, stroke, or any cardiovascular...

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