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Coronary artery calcium (CAC) as measured by CT is a highly specific feature of coronary atherosclerosis and a great modality for early detection. CAC scoring has emerged as a widely available, consistent, and reproducible means of assessing risk for major CV outcomes, especially when planning primary prevention interventions such as statins and aspirin. CAC testing in asymptomatic populations is cost-effective across a broad range of baseline risks and has been shown to positively impact patient compliance CAC testing CAC scoring may help improves risk stratification with an increase in primary prevention strategies.

Assess subclinical risk of CAD:

In a 10y follow up population study, event rates in those with CAC = 0 Agatston units ranged from 1.3% to 5.6%, while for those with CAC > 300, the 10-year event rates ranged from 13.1% to 25.6% Cardiac CT scan can be used to detect cardiac calcium burden.1


Quantify and score calcium

Smartcore 4.0 quantifies and scores cardiac calcium and provides information on coronary artery wall calcium plaque buildup