The Cardiogoniometry for Detecting Coronary Artery Disease by CT Angiography study looks at how computer assisted analysis from vectorcardiography can noninvasively identify patients at risk of coronary heart disease. The study will compare the computer assisted analysis with the standard ECG evaluation.
This study is a single group assignment of 356 participants. Each patient will undergo the advanced ECG assessment with cardiogoniometry and the standard ECG. This will be done with an explorer ECG device that records comprehensive voltage potential data in the myocardium.
- Ages 18+
- Referred for elective cardiac CT examination for evaluation of CAD
- Patients with hemodynamic instability
- Patients with a history of anaphylactic contrast reaction
- Patients who are unable to follow breath holding instructions
Johns Hopkins Hospital
Baltimore, Maryland, United States, 21287
Contact: Armin A Zadeh, MD PhD MPH 410-502-0549 firstname.lastname@example.org
Johns Hopkins University
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