Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy

Uses blood serum analysis to determine the risk of cardiovascular diseases

Heart attack and stroke are among the most common causes of death in today’s population and far exceed
all other diseases. The Cardio test uses nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy and detects the exact number and size of the bad cholesterol particles (LDL-P) in the blood. It is this dangerously increased number of these particles that causes atherosclerosis, which is the main cause of heart attack and stroke. It is important to know that the classic cholesterol test is important, but it cannot determine the size and the number of these particles. Approximately 30 % of people with normal cholesterol levels are in danger of heart attack and stroke, especially due to the increased number of dangerous particles
of bad cholesterol.

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