Can a New Test Predict Heart Attack Risk? [video]

By Michael A. Smith, MD

Why do people die from heart attacks? Well, one reason is that ER doctors often don't see one coming and send people home.

Fortunately, a new blood test may change that and potentially save many lives. Here's how it works: A few days before a heart attack, the cells lining the damaged artery slough off into the bloodstream. With this new test, ER doctors can quickly identify those cells and admit the patient for the appropriate, life-saving treatment.

Watch Dr. Mike explain in the video below:


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Anonymous said...

Mike- what is the NAME of the test? Please cite the reference!

Anonymous said...

Name Please... Without that this article is just a tease.... :-(

Life Extension said...

We apologize - the test is called a CEC or "circulating endothelial cells" test!

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