With IDENTIFY™, we aim to provide patients with information about future cardiac-related risks related to underlying inherited cardiac disorders. Information uncovered in this panel can be used to better understand future risks and make medical management decisions to help reduce or prevent adverse cardiac-related events.
Genetic testing for inherited cardiac conditions is recommended by several medical societies including the American Heart Association, American College of Cardiology, and Heart Rhythm Society.
Defined as a disease of the heart muscle resulting in lower overall efficiency due to a reduced ability to pump blood or maintain a normal heart rhythm.
HCM: 1 in 500
DCM: 1 in 2500
Coronary Artery Disease
Uncontrolled Heart Rhythm
Palpitations or Arrhythmias
Swelling in The Ankles and Feet
Defined as causing an irregular heart rhythm caused by abnormal electrical activity.
LQTS: 1 in 2000
Brugada: 5 in 10000
CPVT: 1 in 2000
High Blood Pressure
Slow or Irregular Heart Beat
Near-Syncope or Syncope
Testing can provide patients better understand potential future cardiac risks, and take action through tailored and proactive medical management plans. Other benefits of genetic testing may include: