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[Development of diagnosis algorism for paroxysmal arrhythmia using ultra-thin resistive membrane: a pilot study] Comparison of blood pressure via tunable crack sensor and invasive pressure wire
Condition or disease
Device: tunable crack sensor
To develop a diagnosis algorism for paroxysmal arrhythmia using ultra-thin resistive membrane, we will compare the blood pressure measured via a tunable crack sensor and that measured by a invasive pressure wire
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Ages Eligible for Study:
19 Years and older (Adult, Older Adult)
Sexes Eligible for Study:
Accepts Healthy Volunteers:
A case of suspected coronary artery disease for the purpose of coronary angiography
A case of suspected coronary artery disease at Seoul National University Hospital for the purpose of coronary angiography
At least 19 years old
If he/she hears enough explanation about clinical research and intends to participate in clinical research himself
Under 19 years old
Refusal to participate in clinical studies
If the cognitive function is weak enough not to understand the explanation of the clinical study and to make voluntary decisions accordingly