Ambulatory Raynaud's Monitor tests complete (US)

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Raynaud’s disease is a vascular condition in which the fingers become cold and pale when blood vessels are constricted upon exposure to cold. The Johns Hopkins Scleroderma Center in Baltimore, has recently completed initial trials for a small, low-cost monitor that wraps around a patient’s finger. Two sensors that alternately record skin and ambient temperatures every 36 seconds. Full story from Spaceref News.