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Cardiology Center in Nevada First to Have New Critical Care Test Equipment
Date:9/4/2013

Elko, NV (PRWEB) September 04, 2013

Critical Care Assessment, a leading cardiology center in Nevada, recently began using a new state-of-the-art testing device designed by medical innovators. Right now, the testing device being used by Critical Care is unlike any other health monitoring device currently being used in the state. In addition to performing a variety of tests, the new equipment allows doctors to perform vital medical checks in 15 minutes or less.

So far, patient response has been positive. Because the test is short, non-invasive, and more informative than outdated testing, clinicians at Northeast Nevada Cardiology have been using the testing equipment frequently.

What makes the new critical care test different from the rest on the market is its information output. Instead of returning information that can only be interpreted by surgeons and doctors, it returns information that's presented in an intuitive, user-friendly way. Patients at Northeast Nevada Cardiology now understand their test results better and rely less on the clinician for a long layman description. Some tests performed by the device from Critical Care Assessment include:

  •     ANS Tests
  •     Ankle Brachial Index Tests
  •     Cardiovascular Fitness Tests
  •     Heart Rate Variability Tests
  •     Autonomic Balance Assessment
  •     and over 30 more...

The new health monitoring equipment is recommended as a standard of care by the American Heart Association, American Diabetes Association, the American Academy of Family Physicians and many other nationally recognized medical associations, academies and organizations. With more than 2,150 U.S. deaths each year from cardiovascular disease, more effective medical testing equipment is required. Northeast Nevada Cardiology is responding promptly to such medical facts by employing new health monitoring tactics with the critical care test from Critical Care Assessment.

If you're interested in learning more about the testing equipment and Northeast Nevada Cardiology, contact Critical Care Assessment online or call (888)-236-8019.

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Critical Care Assessment is reshaping the world of medical testing with non-invasive equipment that delivers streamlined, accurate information that both clinician and patient can understand. The Critical Care test offers over 39 types of standardized tests and helps clinicians monitor the state of their patients' health in a manner that saves time, money and excessive visits to hospitals for extensive tests.

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