ILP Student

Andrew Sarson

Andrew is currently undertaking his MD at the University of New South Wales. As part of his degree he is working with SWERI on a research project centered within the emergency department at Liverpool Hospital. His project is titled, “Signals Analysis in Abdominal Pain and Sepsis”. The goal of this study is to elucidate the specific predictive value of our novel non-invasive HRV / PPGV analytic method in the identification of patients with a serious cause of abdominal pain. 

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