Engevity Cuff – New Tech Measures Artery Health Jonathan Maltz,…

Engevity Cuff – New Tech Measures Artery Health 

Jonathan Maltz, a Berkeley Lab scientist in the Molecular Biophysics and Integrated Bioimaging division, explains a new technology developed at Berkeley Lab that could soon make detecting the process of plaque buildup in vessels a routine part of a visit to the doctor and, perhaps, home healthcare settings.

Full story » http://newscenter.lbl.gov/2016/05/19/got-plaque

By: Berkeley Lab.

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Engevity Cuff – New Tech Measures Artery Health Jonathan Maltz,…

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