PULS Cardiovascular Risk Assessment
Did you know 50% of Heart Attack victims have normal cholesterol?
That’s because multiple factors in addition to cholesterol are required to determine the underlying cause of Heart Attack.
What is PULS?
The PULS (Protein Unstable Lesion Signature) Test measures the most clinically-significant protein biomarkers that are present in the blood of individuals with active Unstable Lesion formation. These results are then combined with established clinical factors to diagnose unstable cardiac lesion progression and the chance of rupture.
PULS test results can help prevent a heart attack – starting now.
The PULS Test can provide your physician with valuable information that can be used to determine the most appropriate course of action.