heart disease

HeartSciences Pumps Life into Assessing Diastolic Dysfunction with New AI Patent

by | Sep 22, 2022
Southlake-based HeartSciences, which closed on a $6.375M IPO in June, applies AI-based technology to an ECG to detect cardiac dysfunction—one of the earliest signs of heart disease. The company says this can't be diagnosed by current conventional ECGs, making its MyoVista Wavelet ECG device a potential game changer. CEO Andrew Simpson says adding this diagnostic information to an ECG "addresses a significant unmet need in the market with an estimated 100 million-plus ECG tests performed annually in the U.S.A. alone."
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Discovery: UNT Raises $2.3M for Research Portal; UTD Adds Faculty to Build on Emerging Areas
by | Nov 15, 2019
In this weekly roundup of research and development activity in North Texas, you’ll also find news on UTSW and the American Heart Association examining cardiac concerns, as well as Cook Children’s in Fort Worth receiving a grant to bolster research.
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Discovery: E-Whiskers May Lead to Electronic Human Skin, $750K Grant to Fund Neutrino Research
by | Jun 29, 2018
Also, a collaborative study looks at how important exercise is to good health for those diagnosed with depression. Here are some of the research projects underway in North Texas aimed at making our lives better.
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UTA Prof Gets $308K to Study Heart Condition in Women
by | May 23, 2016
Coronary microvascular dysfunction is a disease that affects the walls and inner linings of tiny coronary artery blood vessels that branch off from larger coronary arteries.
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