Guidelines call for noninvasive heart disease screening

New guidelines published in the American Journal of Cardiology call for men ages 45 to 75 and women 55 to 75 to undergo noninvasive screenings for heart disease, regardless of whether they have symptoms. Health care providers are urged to use tests such as CT scans or ultrasound to determine whether patients have plaque buildup in the arteries.

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