Understand How CardioFlux Can Help You
What is CardioFlux?
CardioFlux is an imaging procedure that is able to measure and display the magnetic signals produced by the electric currents in your heart. The procedure is non-invasive and requires no exercise or exposure to radiation. The CardioFlux scan lasts only 90 seconds.
What to Expect From a CardioFlux Scan
If your doctor thinks it is necessary, he or she may order you a CardioFlux scan. We want you to feel comfortable knowing that this is a simple and fast procedure. Here is a basic explanation of the scanning process and what to expect along each step.
Your doctor orders you a CardioFlux scan. You will then go to the procedure room where the device is located.
Once entering the procedure room, you will be asked to remove all metal before entering the device
You will be helped onto the CardioFlux bed where you can comfortably lay down. Your clinician will then position the magnetic sensors directly over your heart.
Once you’re ready, your clinician will move the bed under the device’s magnetic shield and the scan will start. While in the device, just stay relaxed and breathe normally – you’ll be out quickly!
After the scan is over, your clinician will let you know that the bed will start moving to remove you from the device. Once the bed moves from under the shield, you will be helped off the bed. Your doctor will receive your results in minutes. That’s it!
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