Avail of a non-invasive heart check at Mayo clinics

Pulsewave Ireland offers a new non-invasive heart check which utilises state of the art cardiovascular screening equipment called Bpro developed by Dr Ting of Healthstats in Singapore.

Clinics will take place on Monday April 22 at the Gateway Hotel, Swinford; Tuesday, April 23 at the Carlton Atlantic Hotel, Westport; Wednesday April 24 at the TF Royal Hotel, Castlebar; and Thursday, April 25 at the Hotel Ballina.

Pulsewave Ireland is one of the few companies in Ireland with the state of the art Bpro cardio pulsewave analyser designed to detect any damage being done to the heart through lifestyle and diet.

Pulsewave Ireland believes in prevention before intervention. The 15 minute Bpro screening carried out by Jim Leacy, certified Bpro technician, will accurately measure your brachial blood pressure central aortic systolic pressure, radial augmentation index, and arterial ageing. The Bpro also checks for atrial fibrillation.

Cardiovascular disease is the most common cause of death in Ireland, accounting for more than one third of all deaths with approximately 10,000 people dying each year from cardiovascular disease including coronary heart disease, stroke, and other circulatory diseases. The largest number of these deaths relate to coronary heart disease, mainly heart attack. Twenty two per cent of premature deaths are from cardiovascular disease.

The €40 Bpro screening could save your life. Your screening will also include a detailed report with advice on diet and health solutions.

For more information and to make an appointment call Jim Leacy on 087 6995357.

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