3D-CCG, also known as 3D cardiac cartography, is a cardiovascular investigation machine. Cardiac cartography is a non-invasive technique to detect heart issues even at a very early stage. This 20-minute process produces a full investigative report, consisting of complete informative data with multi-colored pictures, without the use of any injection, catheterization, anesthesia, and radiation. The report consists of a lot of vital information such as the number of heart blockages, the percent reduction in blood supply, the valve size, the supply and demand of oxygen, the tendency towards diabetes, and a complete study of the patient's Hemodynamics.
Cartography's highlight is that it is extremely affordable compared to other existent methods, it is safe, and involves no injections, operations, or radiations of any kind!
Why choose Cardiac Cartography?
It is a non-invasive technique.
It requires no hospitalization.
It requires no clinical procedures such as injections, catheterization, radiation, or anesthesia.
It is less time-consuming. This test can be done in 20 to 25 minutes.
This is the latest technique for the early detection of Coronary Artery Disease (CAD).
Information obtained by cartography, such as oxygen demand of blood, the tendency towards diabetes, size of the valve, etc. is not provided by any other existing cardiac diagnostic tools.
It is a non-X-Ray Radiating Technique.
The Cardiac Cartography Report
This page shows a CV Cartogram, which is a relationship between the Pressure, Volume, Time, Contractility, and flow. This Cardiovascular Circulatory Status has no units but represents the percentage deviation difference.
How to read this Cardiovascular Cartogram?
Each concentric circle has a value that is either positive, negative, or zero. Positive indicates the positive deviation and negative indicates the negative deviation in each of the parameters represented along the radius of the circles.
Thus, this page gives us the relationship between various hemodynamic parameters, the deviation between predicted and measured values, the possible causes of these deviations.
The kinetic chart is the record of the hemodynamics and their interactions.
The Adrenergic Control graph shows the adrenergic state of the body at any moment. It measures the level of adrenalin produced in the body and can be useful for the early detection of Pheochromocytoma (tumor of the adrenal gland). The higher the amount of adrenalin, the higher the amount of blood pressure.
The Pressure Control graph assesses the long-term effect of hypertension on the heart and can be used to aid in hypertension and manage it. This graph calculates the effects of hypertension by calculating the PEP (pre-ejection period) and MBP (mean blood pressure). PEP is the time from onset of the QRS to the onset of left ventricular ejection and MBP is the average blood pressure in a subject during the cardiac cycle.
Out of all the information provided by a 3DCCG study, Myocardial Blood Flow is the most important.
This page shows the areas of the heart which have a lower amount of blood supply. The SAS maps the exact origin of turbulence and helps us locate them based on the anterior septal, inferior septal, and lateral regions. It is also able to show the amount of impaired blood flow in these areas.
The table below shows the measured and the predicted values of the blood flow, which are based on the patient's age, height, weight, and lifestyle. Based on this information, the cartogram is able to calculate the flow difference and the exact percent reduction in the amount of blood supply and the global blood flow deficiency.
This information is highly useful for the doctor to prescribe a proper dosage for the patient
This page shows the 3D version of the patient's heart from all the angles. This 3D vasculopathy investigation and the Myocardial Microcirculation together help the doctor to understand the specific problem areas of the heart.
This page shows the flow-mediated mathematical reconstruction of the anatomical interruption of flow through epicardial vessels of the myocardium. This recon is based on Flow Turbulence Accelerometry (FTA) and Realistic Geometry Cartographic Imaging (RGCI) Technology.
This information is highly useful for the doctor to prescribe a proper dosage for the patient
This page shows the patient's demand and supply of oxygen, thrombus formation factor, and jeopardized myocardium.
Patient's demand and supply of oxygen are shown in the myocardial oxygen demand and supply graph. For a normal patient, the demand should be below the first line. Predominantly high demand suggests chronically decompensated myocardial oxygen circulation.
Thrombus formation factor is an indicator of the tendency of thrombus formation due to turbulence. It also enables physicians to handle thrombogenic patients with care.
Myocardial jeopardy is an indication of the acutely susceptible regions of the heart to spasms, a boon to the cardiologist in an acute MI setting. A peak in the frequency curve of turbulence is indicative of either a chronic spot reduction in blood flow in a patient.
Arterial compliance is the ability of the arterial system to store blood in a given portion of the circulation for each mmHg pressure rise or the ability of the artery to comply elastically to the changing pressures and volumes. Thus, the total arterial compliance graph helps to detect Endothelial dysfunction in patients with diabetes, hypertension, and hyperlipidemia.
Ventricular compliance is a measure of how much time is taken by the ventricle to fill every ml of blood at 1mm of pressure. The output expresses myocardial stress. The ventricular compliance is directly dependent on the glucose to the myocardium. As a consequence, poor ventricular compliance can be caused by insulin resistance, poorly managed diabetes, and malnutrition. Thus, this graph gives the doctor insights about the patient's blood glucose levels.
Total Myocardial burden is very important to determine the patient's exertion tolerance, especially during post-Myocardial Infarction and rehabilitation. In patients with high demand to supply ratio, there is usually the presence of burden beats. The burden beats are calculated for each heartbeat. This graph that shows the total myocardial burden of a patient is a good indicator of what lifestyle the patient should follow in order to recover properly.
There are three factors that cause the total myocardial burden, they are the Volume burden, Pressure burden, and Ischemic burden.
This differentiation is necessary for the doctor to categorize your problems and give you the effective regimen that caters to your demands.
This page shows the orifice area of the valves. This is useful to detect whether the patient is suffering from any valvular heart diseases. The two types of general valve defects: stenosis and insufficiency.
Valvular stenosis results from a narrowing of the valve orifice that is usually caused by the thickening and increasing rigidity of the valve leaflets, often accompanied by calcification. When this occurs, the valve does not open completely as blood flows across it, thereby resulting in high resistance to flow and development of a large pressure gradient across the valve.
Valvular insufficiency results from the valve leaflets not completely sealing when the valve is closed so that regurgitation of blood (backward flow of blood) occurs into the proximal chamber.
Either type of valve defect can have serious cardiac consequences and is a boon when detected at an early stage. 3DCCG helps doctors detect almost all heart issues at an early stage.
The frequency of the parasympathetic nervous system and the sympathetic nervous system helps the doctor understand the mental state of the patient.
ANS Predominance is an excellent indicator of forced cardiac activity. Predominantly sympathetic subjects are prone to cardiac anomalies including cardiac sudden death syndrome. Sympathetic overdrive is an indicator of poor prognosis. Sympathetic activation ends up exacerbating heart failure.
The P-V Loop shows the relationship between pressure and volume with respect to time in a cardiac cycle. A shift in the loop towards the right is an indicator of early systolic dysfunction and a shift in the loop towards the left is an indicator of early diastolic dysfunction.
The doctor can measure ventricular contractility, diastolic compliance, stroke volume, stroke work, ejection fraction, and arterial systolic and diastolic blood pressures from the P-V Loop.
The page provides a concise report of the patient's metabolic profile. It gives the doctor insights into the patients Body Fat Mass Estimate, Body Mass Index, and Metabolic Rate.
This report facilitates the doctor to suggest a proper diet that is in accordance with your metabolism rate.
This report is highly insightful and highly useful for the doctor when the patient is obese. It also helps to narrow down the problems such as introduction or retention of high levels of cholesterol.
The last page of the report gives a thorough summary of the hemodynamics of the patient. It provides the measured and predicted values of all the calculated aspects. This helps the doctor to fully understand the depth and severity of the patient's condition. It also enables the doctor to prescribe the ayurvedic treatment, medicine, and sufficient dosage of the medicines needed to cure the patient.
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