Ultrasound helps ID heart disease risk in small study

04/15/2012 | MedPage Today (free registration)

Ultrasound evaluation of carotid intima-media thickness is useful in assessing risk of heart disease, according to a small study presented at the PCNA Annual Symposium. The study evaluated CIMT in 26 first-time STEMI patients and found vascular age, when adjusted for CIMT, was significantly greater than chronological age. People who learn their vascular age exceeds their chronological age are more likely to comply with preventive strategies, presenting author and nurse practitioner Lori Neri said.

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