Procedure of CCG
Cardiovascular Cartography
Cardiovascular Cartography (CCG) [older name Realistic Geometric Cartographic Imaging (RGCI)] is a method to measure heart’s blood flow, oxygen supply etc using digitally acquired flow turbulence without putting any wires, catheters etc into the body.
Special high precision data accusation electrodes, sensors and transducers measures the heart’s parameters which are analysed by sophisticated computerize equipment. The procedure takes about 20 minutes.
CCG is for:
Everyone over 30 years as screening test for early heart disease detection.
High risk persons - family history of heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure, overweight, smokers, high cholesterol levels, Sedentary and Stressful lifestyle, etc.
Anyone having chest pain to know if it is due to heart or other disease.
Chest pain and Heart Patients - to determine extent of disease.
Follow up after ECP, ACT, Angioplasty and Bypass to assess progress.
To assess chance of sudden cardiac death.
To assess if aspirin is needed, if yoga and meditation will help, etc.
As part of master health check up.
Mass screening for institutions, corporates, insurance companies etc.
Trained doctors at your service
They are trained by the Centre for Artificial Intelligence & Non-Linear Studies Laboratory, Bangalore by the research team of CCG and have experience since 2000 when Sibia Medical Centre introduced CCG in North India.
The reported accuracy, sensitivity, specificity and predictive value for detection of Coronary Artery Disease is as below:
Mean Accuracy : >90%
Sensitivity : >90%
Specificity : 90%
Positive Predictive Accuracy : 98.28%
Negative Predictive Accuracy : 82.16%
Cost for the CCG test is Rs.5,000/- only.
Appointment for CCG done
Appointment can be had personally or by phone, fax or email.
On day before the test:
1. Do not smoke or consume tobacco or alcohol.
On the day of test:
2. Come empty stomach or take a cup of milk with two biscuits or a slice of bread three hours before the test. Do not consume tea or coffee before the test.
3. Do not take medicines that affect the heart - like sorbitrate, monosorbitrate, beta blockers, calcium channel blockers, vasodilators, anti-hypertensive drugs etc. You may take medicines for diabetes or in emergency situation.
4. Do not undertake.


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