Cleerly for Individuals
The most important heart disease test you may ever have.
Every 1.7 seconds,
a person dies from cardiovascular disease.
Over 50% of individuals who die or suffer from a heart attack experience no symptoms before the event. What if they had known their individual risk ahead of time?
Lives would be saved.
Early Detection of Heart Disease Risk
For over 50 years, cardiology has really been “sickcare,” with a focus on symptoms of heart disease rather than the disease itself, atherosclerosis. Over 10 years of clinical trial data have revealed that it's the type of atherosclerotic plaque buildup that matters most. Instead of waiting for reduced blood flow or blockages, it's time to get ahead of the problem, evaluate the underlying disease, and treat it with precision.
A New Approach
Cleerly provides you with a better understanding of heart disease and your personal risk factors, giving you the insights needed to make better choices for your heart health while guiding physicians towards a personalized, more effective treatment plan and the ability to track your disease over time.
With easy-to-understand language and straightforward educational resources, our platform provides you with the right information at the right time to adhere to your physician-provided treatment plan.
Reasons to Believe
- 50% of people who suffer a heart attack will do so without experiencing symptoms.1
- 70% of heart attack victims are considered low risk by traditional methods of assessing heart disease.2
- 75% of lesions that are responsible for heart attacks only cause mild narrowing of the arteries and are missed by conventional stress testing.3
- Rapid reporting of your non-invasive CCTA with <1 hour turnaround times available 24 hours/day.
Source: 1. Benjamin EJ et al. Circulation 2019; 2. Akosah KO et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 2003; 3.Chang HJ et al. J Am Coll Cardiol 2018
Imagine a world where there are no sudden deaths from heart attacks because people have warnings, a chance to change their course, and a chance at a healthy life.
That's our vision — a world without heart attacks.