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Could the Precision Medicine Initiative Help Identify People with Cardiovascular Disease

Last Edited by Junseok Chae

We will use non-invasive wearable monitoring sensors, similar to a band-aid on the wrist, that measure arterial wave forms at the radial artery in the wrist, providing information on the elasticity and function of cardiovascular system. The information will be uploaded to smartphones and correlated with age and known cardiovascular risk factors, allowing to develop computational models to rapidly identify people at risk for vascular disease, stroke, and heart failure.

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