What To Expect

CardioFlux is able to measure and display the magnetic signals produced by the electric currents in your heart. It’s non-invasive, requires no exercise, injections or exposure to radiation and can be done in less than 5 minutes.

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Preparing for a CardioFlux scan is quick and simple.

There’s no need to fast for a scan. A CardioFlux clinician will check for and remove metal from your person to ensure a quality scan. Your scan results will be kept private in our HIPAA-compliant software.

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STEP 1, MINUTE 0

Scan Ordered

STEP 2, MINUTE 1

Scan Prep

STEP 3, MINUTE 3

Enter Device

STEP 4, MINUTE 6

Scan Begins

STEP 5, MINUTE 9

Exiting Device

STEP 6, MINUTE 10

Results Sent

STEP 1, MINUTE 0

Scan Ordered

Your doctor orders you a CardioFlux scan. You will then go to the procedure room where the device is located.

STEP 2, MINUTE 1

Scan Prep

Before your scan begins, you will be asked to place all of your removable, metal-containing objects into a tray for safe-keeping.

STEP 3, MINUTE 3

Scan Ready

You will be helped onto the CardioFlux bed where you can comfortably lie down. Your clinician will then position the magnetic sensors directly over your heart.

STEP 4, MINUTE 6

Scan Begins

Once you’re ready, your clinician will move the bed into the device’s magnetic shield and the scan will start. There's perfect silence, so just enjoy the quiet and the two minutes of comfort.

STEP 5, MINUTE 7

Scan Over

After the scan is over, your clinician will let you know that the bed will start moving to remove you from the device. Once the bed moves from under the shield, you will be helped off the bed.

STEP 6, MINUTE 10

Scan Results

Your doctor will receive your results in minutes. That’s it!

Heart Disease Resources

It is important to understand the different causes of heart disease, associated risk factors, and what you can do to prevent them. We have compiled resources to help educate you.

Heart Disease Resources