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Background. Increased arterial stiffness is a marker of cardiovascular damage, even in the absence of clinically apparent disease. It is likely to become an important clinical tool in cardiovascular risk assessment. Aims & Methods. We studied a group of healthy subjects and measured their arterial stiffness by digital photoplethysmography. We aimed to obtain a range of arterial stiffness values, and investigated the influence of age, gender, race, BMI, fasting lipids and haemodynamic factors.doi:10.1080/08037050802059225 pmid:18568701 fatcat:v3ix6kohqncvdoie5d3rmyzlmm