How iHeart Measures Pulse Wave Velocity Differently (and better)

Aug 11, 2016 by Sarah Goodman | lifestyle, science

Five years ago, Pulse Wave Velocity was a relatively unknown term. It is still quite unknown to most, but lately a few companies have released tools that measure Pulse Wave Velocity, a measure of Aortic Stiffness, that are much easier to use and much more cost effective than the $25,000 medical device that was the only option for measurement just a few years ago.

One of these tools is iHeart, a fingertip device and mobile app developed by doctors that determines a user's Internal Age by measuring Pulse Wave Velocity. How iHeart does this is revolutionary. In this short videoDr. Goodman explains just how the iHeart device and app measure Pulse Wave Velocity and Internal Age in 30-seconds.

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In health,

The iHeart Team

Author: Sarah Goodman

Sarah is the CEO of VitalSines International, Inc. Her experience in marketing and public relations as well as her designations as both a registered holistic nutritionist (RHN) and certified personal trainer (CPT) provide her with the knowledge and skills to be an effective leader and communications professional for the Vitalsines team. Sarah spends her time snowboarding in the winter, riding bikes, and surfing in the summer in beautiful British Columbia.