Oxford researchers show FAI™ is superior to other CT measurements in CVD risk prediction

Oxford researchers show FAI™ is superior to other CT measurements in CVD risk prediction

At the European Society of Cardiology Congress in Paris this week, the research team behind Caristo Diagnostics – led by Professor Charalambos Antoniades – presented a paper in the Young Investigator Awards session. Congratulations to the author, Dr Evangelos Oikonomou, who went on to win the prestigious Young Investigator Award for this work!

The research looked at existing CT angiography based risk measurements, based on plaque features, and compared them to FAI™. The results showed conclusively that the predictive power of FAI™ leaves the more traditional markers behind.

Click here for the abstract.