Scientists Develop Early Warning System to predict Fatal Heart Attacks years in advance
Scientists have developed a method to predict fatal heart attacks years in advance by identifying “ticking time bomb” arteries.
The number one cause of heart attacks is arteries rupturing and blocking blood flow as a result of inflamed plaques – fatty deposits on artery walls.
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Caristo Diagnostics Caristo Diagnostics is a startup that is using standard CT scans to identify potentially heart-stopping plaques. Their technology…