VENDYS for Asymptomatic Patients

Lower Fingertip Temperature Rebound is Associated with Higher Coronary Plaque Burden


Lower Fingertip Temperature Rebound is Associated with Higher Burden of Cardiovascular Risk Factors Measured by Framingham Risk Score


The Combination of Low Fingertip Temperature Rebound and High Framingham Risk Score is Associated with High Risk Coronary Artery Calcium Score


VENDYS Improves Identification of High Risk Patients (CAC ≥ 100) over Traditional Risk Factor Assessment


Lower Fingertip Temperature Rebound is Associated with the Presence of Cardiometabolic Disorders


Fingertip Temperature Rebound Decreases as the Number of Cardiometabolic Risk Factors Increases


VENDYS Improves Identification of High Risk Diabetic Patients (CAC ≥ 100)


Lower Fingertip Temperature Rebound is Associated with Increased Insulin Resistance, Coronary Calcification, and Framingham Risk Score