Diagnomics has released a cardiovascular-focused genetic report through the Illumina Global Screening Array platform. The new clinical report, Cardiac Care, features more than 110 genes from clinical databases spanning more than 30 different cardiovascular conditions, ranging from cardiomyopathies to rare forms of long QT syndromes such as Andersen-Tawil and Jervell-Lange Nielsen syndromes. The new panel is part of the company’s Gene Impetus line which provides gene panels designed to provide medically actionable data the encourage a proactive approach to health and risk management.
In addition to the cardiovascular conditions, Gene Impetus—Cardiac Care also reports information on hypercholesteroemia, atrial fibrillation, and aneurysms, as well as potential heritability and zygosity to enable follow-up with relatives and for family planning purposes. Diagnomics operates a CLIA-certified, CAP-accredited lab in a secure, cloud-based, HIPAA-compliant environment.
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