22 April 2014

New non-invasive stress test finds earliest signs of heart disease according to ABC Action News (featuring Quark CPET)

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New non-invasive stress test finds earliest signs of heart disease according to ABC Action News (featuring Quark CPET)

An interesting special feature was broadcasted on ABC Action News programme highlighting the importance of the cardio pulmonary exercise test.

Medical experts say the traditional treadmill stress test relies on ECGs and only partially assesses the heart and nothing else. On the other hand, Cardio Pulmonary Exercise Test (CPET), with also measurement of respiratory gases can determine heart failure, heart disease and pulmonary problems.

As cardiologist Benedict S. Maniscalco says, "You get to combine cardiac function with pulmonary function, and they're inseparable, and detect whether or not there's an appropriate response to exercise by both the lungs and the heart."

Cardio Pulmonary Exercise Test on this special feature were performed with COSMED metabolic cart Quark CPET.

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Founded in 1980, COSMED is a privately owned company manufacturing Cardio Pulmonary and Metabolic Diagnostic Equipment. COSMED products include a full range of Spirometers, Pulmonary Function, Body Composition, Nutritional Assessment and Cardio Pulmonary Exercise systems, including Electrocardiographs, Ergometers and Assessment Software. COSMED solutions are aimed for either professional or medical use for many different applications like: Hospital, Clinics, Primary Care, University & Education in Human Physiology, Clinical Nutrition, Commercial Weight Management, Human Performance Centers, Sport Institutions and Health Club Industry. COSMED Headquarters are located in the province of Rome, Italy. COSMED has subsidiaries in the USA, China and Germany, and distributes its products internationally through a constantly growing distributor network covering more than 70 countries.