EndoPAT

What is EndoPAT?
The EndoPAT is a simple, non-invasive test that measures the function of small blood vessels in your fingertip. We will place small sensors over the tips of your index fingers. We will also place a blood pressure cuff on your arm. The small sensors will measure blood flow to your finger when the blood pressure cuff inflated and again when it is removed.

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