#ExpertAnswers: Anilkumar K. Reddy on Noninvasive Blood Flow Velocity Measurements
This episode of Expert Answers features Anilkumar K. Reddy, PhD, Assistant Professor, Medicine-Cardiovascular Sciences, Baylor College of Medicine. He is here to discuss noninvasive blood flow velocity measurements to quantify changes in hemodynamics and characterize cardiac disease without the need for complex surgery or imaging.
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Associated Webinar: Utilizing Noninvasive Blood Flow Velocity Measurements for Cardiovascular Phenotyping in Small Animals
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