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Comparison of Two Measurement Devices for Pulse Wave Velocity in Children: Which Tool Is Useful to Detect Vascular Alterations Caused by Overweight?

Elmenhorst, Julia ; Weberruss, Heidi ; Mayr, Martina ; Pfister, Karin ; Oberhoffer, Renate


Vascular alterations may lead to manifest cardiovascular disease in future life. There is a tremendous time delay between the onset and obvious clinical appearance of vascular alterations. Pulse wave velocity (PWV) is one subclinical parameter to detect vascular alterations at a very early stage. Different techniques exist tomeasure PWV non-invasively as a vascular parameter-all with their own ...


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