Heart DNA Test is a proactive way to manage your cardiac health and have a long worry-free life. This test will help you identify DNA glitches that can increase (or lower) your cardiovascular risks, impact your response to heart medications, alter your chances of developing a blood clot or having abnormal cholesterol levels. It also comes with a full medical review and assessment by a medical practitioner.
What does Heart DNA test covers?
CARDIOVASCULAR RISK ANALYSIS
We screen for genetic predispositions linked to cardiovascular diseases and identify any associated risks that might be affecting your cardiac health and wellness. Your cardiologist review will give you detailed advice on how to optimise your cardiac health and wellness.
Coronary Artery Disease
Myocardial Infarction (Heart Attack)
Peripheral Arterial Disease
Sickle Cell Anaemia
Type III Hyperlipoproteinemia
HEART MEDICATIONS RESPONSE
Many prescribed drugs may not work for you. This can lead to a long course of ineffective treatment. This test can help your practitioner personalise your course of treatment by identifying the drugs that will benefit you the most.
Calcium Channel Blockers
Beta-blockers V Calcium Channel Blockers
Beta-blockers and Left Ventricular Ejection Fraction Response
FATS (LIPID) METABOLISM
Everyone processes food differently. We analyse how your genetics and lifestyle impact your metabolism in relation to cardiac related nutrients. This test guides you towards a lifestyle and diet that can optimise your health and maintain healthy lipid levels in your body.
High-Density Lipoprotein Cholesterol
Low-Density Lipoprotein Cholesterol
Gene X (Cardio Protective Glitch)
BLOOD CLOT RISK ANALYSIS
Approximately 90% of pulmonary emboli are caused by dislodged fragments from asymptomatic thrombotic blood clots. This test informs your clinician's decision making by identifying the heritable cause of thrombosis and the risk of developing a thrombotic event.
Folate and Homocysteine
Oestrogen Supplements Risk
For more info about the test and what's covered in the reports, please visit our Heart DNA Test page.