PULS Test

The Most Important Thing You Can Do For Yourself!
Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) more commonly known as heart disease is the leading cause of death in the U.S. and in the world. Because it is often asymptomatic, it is termed the ‘Silent Killer’. If you have normal or even low cholesterol, you have a 50% chance of a heart attack. Even if you pass a cardiac stress test with flying colors, you still have a 40% chance of a heart attack. There is now a state of the art technology called the PULS Cardiac Test that will provide you with 97-98% accuracy your risk assessment for heart disease for 5 years! Based on your result, a trained professional can advise you of proactive measures to maintain or improve your PULS risk factor.

The PULS Test
The PULSTM test will take approx 15 mins. This includes a consultation and review of your information and medical history.

The latest research shows that most heart attacks (up to 75%) are caused by “unstable lesions” that form in the wall of the artery and eventually rupture – causing the blood to clot and prompting a heart attack.

The PULSTM (Protein Unstable Lesion Signature) Test measures the biological processes underlying unstable lesion formation and rupture. The PULSTM Test can help physicians identify vulnerable patients early-on, and implement critical prevention strategies.

Am I a candidate for the PULS Test?

  • Adults 40+ with Risk Factors such as Family History, High Blood Pressure, Smoker, Diabetes, Stress etc.
  • Adult 20-39 qualify for a Basic Lipid profile and/or Expanded Lipid Profile which will include your heart age.

Where can I get the PULS Test?

Global Discovery Biosciences
Alton Parkway, Suite B
Irvine, CA 92618

Email:         info@pulstest.com
Phone:       (866)299-8998
Website:    http://pulstest.com/

GUARDaHEART is a non-profit foundation dedicated to fighting heart disease with the mission: “LEARN. DETECT. PREVENT.” GUARDaHEART works with strategic partners, healthcare providers, and other non-profit organizations to promote awareness through education and risk detection tools that ultimately empower preventative action and reduce the risk of heart disease worldwide.