Artery Screening

At Omniya Clinic in London

The importance of keeping on top of your health cannot be overlooked. However, the problem is that it can be a lot easier said than done. This is because a lot of routine procedures aren’t available on the NHS. instead, you can only get the analysis and treatment you need once something goes wrong. We don’t believe in waiting for the worst to happen at Omniya Clinic. We believe in preventing such situations from happening in the first place. That is why we are delighted to offer non-invasive artery screening at our London Clinic.

Preventative screening, early diagnosis and swift treatment can make a great deal of difference in how invasive treatment needs to be as well as your prognosis for recovery. Here at Omniya Clinic, we can help diagnose any problems that could be helped by changes in lifestyle, as well as providing early diagnosis of issues that can be treated swiftly before things get worse.

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What Is Artery Screening?

Screening exams are tests that are carried out in order to locate a disease before symptoms begin. The aim of screening is so that a disease is detected at the earliest and most treatable stage. The device that we use for artery screening is the Pulsecor CardioScope. This is an automated sphygmomanometer device that is able to diagnose atrial fibrillation with high sensitivity.

What Are Arteries?

Arteries are blood vessels that are responsible for carrying blood that is rich in oxygen around the body. They go from the tips of your toes to your brains. Healthy arteries will have smooth inner walls, with blood flowing through them easily. Some individuals, however, develop issues with their arteries, for example, they can become clogged up. Artery screening is imperative to stay on top of any potential issues.

What Is Atrial Fibrillation?

The device that we use is able to detect atrial fibrillation. This is a heart condition that can result in a heart rate that is irregular and often abnormally fast. A normal heart rate is supposed to be regular, meaning it is between 60 and 100 beats per minute when you are resting.

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