VENDYS - Endothelial Function Measurement Explained
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VENDYS uses small temperature sensors to detect blood flow that can be adhered to fingertips and toes.
The technology behind VENDYS is simple yet produces valuable information about one's cardiovascular system. VENDYS is inexpensive compared to other devices.
VENDYS is fully automated and is operator-independent. It is a popular choice for researchers and medical professionals.
Dr. Naghavi, the inventor of VENDYS and founder of Endothelix, explains “Functional vs. Structural” measures of vascular disease and how they complement each other.
The “Hands and Heart” Connection: See how endothelial cells line the entire 60,000 mile network of microvessels in our body. Endothelial function in the hands correlates with endothelial function in the heart.
Dr. Jack Hauser explains why VENDYS is valuable to his cardiology practice and how office-based vascular function testing can help his patients.
Dr. Rob explains vascular reactivity and endothelial function measurement as a tool for early detection and prediction of cardiovascular events.