It is powered by a proprietary non-imaging probe and an intelligent computing platform and is developed by IIT-M’S Healthcare Technology Innovation Centre
Researchers at the Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IIT-M) have developed a novel, non-invasive device to assess the health and age of blood vessels and thereby provide early screening for cardiovascular diseases.
Called ARTSENS, it is designed such that it can be used in routine medical examination by even non-experts, to assess and predict vascular health.
It is powered by a proprietary non-imaging probe and an intelligent computing platform and is developed by the Healthcare Technology Innovation Centre at IIT-M, said a press release from the institute.
The product is ready for technology transfer and commercialisation after extensive testing. The technology already has five utility patents in the US, European Union, and India, 10 design patents, and awaits awarding of 28 patents in various jurisdictions.
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