Women's Heart Advisor October 2014 Issue

What Are the Right Heart Disease Tests for Women?

When you should be tested, and what kind of test you should have, may surprise you.

In June, the American Heart Association issued guidelines for noninvasive testing in women suspected of having coronary artery disease (CAD). The release of gender-specific guidelines highlights new understanding that heart disease often looks and acts differently in women than it does in men.

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