Discover Your Heart Health with Cardiomap -The Next Generation Health Test
Cardiomap is a revolutionary new development that can give you a genetics-based cardiac risk profile, for the common Cardiovascular diseases, traits that are known to have associations with the CVD’s.
Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) have emerged as the leading cause of mortality. More than 80% of CVD deaths are related to stroke and Coronary Heart diseases. A high genetic risk (due to presence of gene variations that are known to act as a risk factor), environmental factors, and lifestyle habits are the major concerns for early onset of disease. Identifying the genetic risk can help put early screening and adopt a preventive strategy by making the possible lifestyle changes to mitigate the risk
Your genes play a decisive role in your overall health. Although factors like physical fitness and lifestyle have a major say in your health, it is the genes that encode the bigger picture. This is where Cardiomap™ changes things.
Cardiomap predicts your genetic predisposition to a
wide spectrum of CVDs and diabetes, several key associated risk factors, treatment options, and lifestyle changes.
Genetic Predisposition: Find your risk for many chronic and life-threatening diseases to ensure early detection.
Traits: Learn if you have genetic traits that influence a medical outcome, health and well-being in general, or your lifestyle.
Drug response: Discover your response to drugs, optimum drug dosage and drug sensitivity.
Inherited Conditions: Gain insights into carrier status- conditions that can be passed to future generations.
Genetic Counseling: Our experts will analyze your reports and correlate the findings with your family health history, medical history, and lifestyle.
Diet and Fitness Counseling: Opt for expert advise to improve lifestyle with information gleaned from your DNA and medical history.
Diseases and Traits Tested For
Atrial Fibrillation | Myocardial Infarction | Coronary Heart Disease | Sudden Cardiac Arrest | Stroke | Heart Failure | Long QT |
Homocysteine level | QT interval
DL - Cholesterol levels | HDL - Cholesterol levels | Triglycerides | Obesity
Atorvastatin | Pravastatin | Simvastatin | Metformin | Warfarin | Clopidogrel
Type I diabetes | Type II diabetes | Alcohol dependence | Alcohol flush reaction | Nicotine dependence | Diet pattern
Major Genes Involved in the Study
Risk factors covered and their associated genes:
Stroke - HDAC9, NINJ2, PITX2 - RPL36AP23
Coronary heart disease - SMAD3, CDKN2BAS, PSRC1, CDH13
Myocardial infarction - UBA52P6 - DMRTA1, MIA3, CDKN2BAS
Sudden cardiac arrest - BAZ2B
QT interval - NOS1AP
Hypertension - RPL39P10 - CHRM3, STK39, CSK, STK39
Homocysteine - MTHFR
Heart failure - USP3, TBC1D4
Atrial fibrillation - ZFHX3, KCNN3, LOC729065
Obesity - MC4R
Diabetes type I - PTPN22, HLA-DQA1, IGF2;INS-IGF2,
CTRB2 -CTRB1, IFIH1
Diabetes type II - TCF7L2, CDKAL1, PPARG, RPL9P23 - API5
Cholesterol level - LDL (APOC1, APOB), HDL (TBL2, NUTF2),