Calcium Scoring

A simple heart scan called coronary calcium scoring can detect your risk of cardiovascular disease. The result of the test is called a coronary calcium score. The amount of calcium detected during the scan is used to calculate a score that is combined with other health information to determine your risk of coronary artery disease and heart attack. This noninvasive exam only takes minutes to perform and is used to determine the presence of calcified plaque in your arteries. Plaque is composed of fat, cholesterol and calcium. The plaque in your coronary arteries—the arteries that supply blood to your heart—narrows blood flow and increases your likelihood of a future heart attack, heart failure and stroke. Early detection enables your physicians to provide aggressive treatment that will hopefully prevent major heart attacks or even cardiac death.

You will receive a call back from CHRISTUS Santa Rosa within one business day to schedule your heart scan.

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You can schedule a test if you are a male between the ages of 40 and 65 or a female between the ages of 45 and 70 and you have one or more of the following risk factors (please check all that apply):





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