A Personalized Approach to Cardiovascular Care
Today's Diagnostic Approaches to Identifying At-Risk Patients
Cleerly empowers healthcare professionals to pinpoint the root cause of heart disease - low-density plaques - and provides a whole-heart evaluation of atherosclerosis to identify at-risk individuals who may not have symptoms before a heart attack occurs.
In the past, we have focused on surrogates of disease (like cholesterol), symptoms of disease (like chest pain or shortness of breath), or sequelae of disease (like ischemia or stenosis). Yet the majority of coronary lesions that cause heart attack are unpredictably related to surrogates, are silent, and do not cause ischemia or stenosis. It’s time to measure actual disease, not indirect markers of disease.
It's time for change.
Let's measure disease, not surrogates.
The primary disease that causes heart attacks is atherosclerosis (plaque) that builds up in the walls of the heart arteries.
To take the right action, you need the right insights. It's time for change.
Let's measure heart disease, not surrogates.
Cleerly helps HCPs go beyond traditional measures of heart disease by analyzing, characterizing, and quantifying types of plaque, so they can more accurately determine a patient's risk of heart attack and develop a personalized treatment plan to improve heart health - no matter where they are on the heart disease continuum.
Gain new insights. Save more lives.
Cleerly's easy-to-read reports provide healthcare professionals with a more precise understanding of patient risk, from vessel-to-vessel detail and comprehensive plaque assessment to stenosis scoring. Cleerly gives HCPs the insights they need to translate clinical data into a customized treatment plan for each patient, helping them save millions more lives.
Phenotyping: it's the characterization of disease that matters most.
Cleerly's AI-enabled, digital care pathway characterizes and quantifies atherosclerotic plaque in the arteries, letting you know not only how much is there but what type and amount of plaque is present. Plaque type has been shown to be the strongest discriminant of future heart attack risk, and perhaps the greatest indicator of your patient's likelihood of an impending cardiac event.
Staging atherosclerosis assists providers with patient evaluation as well as individualizing treatment. Stabilizing high-risk plaques has been achieved with lifestyle changes and medical therapy through the transformation of non-calcified fatty plaques to calcified stable plaques.
Transformation of non-calcified high-risk plaques to calcified low-risk plaques has been shown to be associated with reduced rates of major adverse cardiovascular events.
Track Disease, Not Surrogates
Cleerly’s non-invasive, direct visualization approach to comprehensive CAD evaluation enables you to quantify disease changes over time as an alternative or adjunct to clinical risk factor scoring.
High Diagnostic Performance
Cleerly solutions perform sub-millimeter measurements of every coronary artery and its branches quickly and accurately. In the multicenter CLARIFY 1 trial, diagnostic performance of Cleerly’s technology was similar to the consensus of 3 Level III, board certified expert imaging physicians1.
1. Choi A et al. Journal of Cardiovasc Comput Tomogr 2021
Forward Thinking AI
Cleerly delivers an artificial intelligence (AI)-enabled solution applied to coronary CT angiograms that performs deep coronary phenotyping to transcend uncertainty in clinical decision making.
Cleerly technology quantifies and characterizes Coronary Artery Disease (CAD) to help tailor your therapies to a patient’s actual disease to prevent heart attacks.
Emulating the world's most successful care paradigms.
Why do we use advanced imaging to prevent the most common causes of cancer, but not the most common cause of death? Like care paradigms in cancer prevention, Cleerly can help achieve more personalized and precise care with better outcomes for all patients at risk of heart attacks.
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