What to do when genetic testing incidentally reveals cardiac risk?

Time : 29th of March 2023 11:22:54 AM

AHA's guidance advises communicating the risk of cardiovascular disease to patients who agreed to learn about these risks before testing. The initial interpretation of CVD risk could change over time. Physicians should develop a multidisciplinary framework to evaluate, re-evaluate, and determine the CVD risk associated with the variant to manage patients and their families.

  Cardiovascular Business


genetic, cardiac risk, cardiovascular disease

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