Evaluating Blood Vessel Function from Outside of the Body
A Johns Hopkins research study is looking for men and women 18-30 years of age
to test a new device for assessing blood vessel function in the upper arm.
Measurements of your blood vessels are made from outside of the body using
blood pressure cuffs, fingertip surface probes, and ultrasound. We will also
perform a blood test to measure heart disease risk factors and tests to measure your
fitness, level of physical activity and body composition.
There is one visit for testing.
There are no costs to participate. Compensation for participation is provided and
there is free parking.
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for more information and to find out if you qualify.
PLEASE CALL AND LEAVE A MESSAGE WITH YOUR NAME AND PHONE NUMBER IF INTERESTED.
Principal Investigator: Harry A. Silber, M.D., Ph.D.
JHM IRB Application No: IRB00044206
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