Can I Have a Test for Coronary Artery Disease?

Q:
If I am at high risk of the coronary artery disease, what test can I take?
A:
If you are over 40, a cardiovascular risk assessment supported by your GP is highly recommended.

After this assessment, you will know how possible you are going to suffer from a heart attack or stroke according to your blood pressure, cholesterol and a medical history.

Then you can adjust your lifestyle, or take medical treatment.

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