Ignacio Farro Ventura

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Traditional methods used to assess cardiovascular risk (i.e., the Framingham Risk Score) exhibit clear limitations. To aid in patient-specific risk stratification and diagnosis it has been proposed to evaluate noninvasively structural and functional arterial parameters. A National Public University Center (CUiiDARTE) was created in Uruguay with the aim of(More)
INTRODUCTION In recent years, peripheral arterial tonometry (PAT, a non-invasive and reproducible technique) has gained considerable interest. In this sense, arterial capacity to react to vasoactive stimulus (induced by reactive hyperemia) is known as vascular reactivity (VR). OBJECTIVE Post ischemic beat to beat VR characterization was performed based on(More)
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