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EBT test
Jun 14, 2009
... Is dye injected into the patient for an EBT test? ... (0 replies)
... What is a healthy range for your LP(a) test? You stated you scored a 40. (7 replies)
... Doesn't sound like your EBT confirmed anything. ... (7 replies)

... Four years ago, just for the heck of it, I had a LifeTest EBT scan. ... (7 replies)
... It's not a scam but it's not a very good test either. ... (7 replies)
... A blood test that is used as a screen for people that may be at high risk of heart attack or stroke is Homocysteine. This test is covered by Medicare and most Insurance Plans. I had this test in June 2006 and I was slightly above the range. ... (7 replies)
... I recently read from another post here of a man who had gotten a "calcium scoring" test done. ... (7 replies)
... It would be the acid test for this theory and perhaps thats why it has never been done, a negative result would destroy not only Dr Rath but also discredit most of Dr Paulings work. ... (7 replies)
Calcium test?
Oct 13, 2005
... ts on Oprah, but it ain't cheap. Hubby has to go to his cardio man in a couple of weeks, I am going to ask him about some of these tests. I know hubby got a Mibi test done in Jan., but although it shows any blockage, I'm not sure it shows calcium deposits. His dr. ... (5 replies)
... Mr, Detail, Unfortunately, there are at least 3:dizzy: different ranges depending on how it was measured and how it was reported. So a plain number has no meaning. In fact, if memory serves, it is as divergent as either 12 mg./dl with the VAPtest; 30 mg./dl with common the standard of two years ago or 75 nmol/L (nanomoles/Liter) wiuth the current standard...that I think is... (7 replies)
... Mike in NY; Is the "Homocysteine Formula" you are taking a prescription or is it an over the counter type supplement? Can you elaborate on what it actually is? (7 replies)
... Seems there are several newer radiographic tests that are less invasive than the dye test, catheterized angiogram, like EBT and spiral scanner CT tests. ... (4 replies)
Very Scared
Oct 22, 2003
... If you or I would have had either the EBT scan or the CT Coronary Angiography, it is quite likley that the problem would have been discovered. ... (11 replies)
Very Scared
Oct 22, 2003
... You can expect that a standard treadmill probably would be fully covered and a nuclear stress test might be covered. ... (11 replies)
Very Scared
Oct 22, 2003
... Most people, especially doctors, do not understand the physiological correlation between stress/anxiety and heart disease. It is very real and likely more responsible than cholesterol numbers. Anxiety does not cause high numbers nor does lowering anxiety reduce numbers. However, constant anxiety causes almost constant release of the hormone Cortisol in the system. This... (11 replies)
Lipoprotein(a)
Aug 31, 2003
... would be like a total blockage, you know, corpse!! My EBT score puts me in the top quarter for my age group. ... (42 replies)
Plaque buildup
Jul 29, 2003
... Depending on what research you read, it seems pretty compelling that the newer EBT scanners are excellent at identifying any existence of plaque. The existence of plaque has been well documented to correlate with athrosclerosis. ... (10 replies)




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