Heart & Lung Scan
Is a Heart & Lung Scan right for you?
The American Lung Association has teamed up with Lung Force to spread the word about preventive Lung Screenings using CT technology to detect Lung Cancer in its early stages. We are proud to support this effort and offer this service at our facility. We believe by catching this disease in the early stages many lives can be extended and saved.
Early detection from heart and lung scans can increase your survival rates for certain lung diseases by 82%. The experienced team at Advanced Body Scan brings the most advanced technology in heart and lung scans to Oklahoma City with the Siemens SOMATOM go.Top and to North Texas with the General Electric Revolution™. You don't need a doctor referral to take control of your health. Call the office or schedule an appointment online with Advanced Body Scan today.
What is a heart and lung scan?
A Heart and lung scan at Advanced Body Scan relies on CT technology to catch diseases. These preventive screenings can help detect lung cancer, heart disease, and more at their earliest stages to extend and save lives.
Approximately 225,000 people receive a lung cancer diagnosis each year and it is the leading cause of cancer death for men and women. But, with early detection, a heart and lung scan can identify suspicious masses before they become life-threatening.
What can a heart and lung scan detect?
The cutting-edge technology enables the machine to capture multiple images of your organs each second in detail. When used in a heart and lung scan, it can detect several conditions.
- Heart attack
- Coronary artery disease
- Lung cancer
- And More
What can I expect during the heart and lung scan?
Your heart and lung scan at Advanced Body Scan is quick, painless, and doesn’t require any advanced preparation.
During your heart and lung scan, you lie comfortably in the CT scanner. The machine has an open design, not a tube-like traditional machine, so there aren’t issues with claustrophobia.
After the CT scanner captures your heart and lung images, an Advanced Body Scan board-certified radiologist reviews your scans and outlines your results, including whether follow-up is required.
Contact Advanced Body Scan today to schedule your Heart & Lung Scan.