The NHS is bringing a revolutionary 3D scan that can diagnose coronary artery disease in 20 minutes.
Tens of thousands of patients every year are assessed and treated five times faster with this technology.
It turns the CT scan of the heart into a 3-D image, allowing doctors to see if it is a disease without invasive procedures such as angiograms.
The tool, called the HeartFlow, will be used by approximately 100,000 patients over three years. It will help deal with the backlog that arose during Covid-19 emergencies.
Stephen Powis, British NHS National Medical Director, said: “By rapidly improving rates, we diagnose and treat people with heart disease, we will save thousands of lives and save lives.