A patient’s overall health and wellness is measured by the Cardiometabolic Score. This score is made up of three sub scores:
- The ANS Score which takes up 40% and can determine small fiber neuropathy, cardiac autonomic neuropathy and cardiac autonomic dysfunction
- The Vascular Score which takes up 40% and can assess blood pressure analysis, detect peripheral artery disease and endothelial dysfunction
- The Health and Wellness Score which takes up 20% and consists of the patient’s diet and fitness
It is important to remember that a patient’s medical history must be considered in coordination with an ANS evaluation. A physician will be able to identify the specific marker or markers associated with a potentially chronic condition.