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The PhysioAge Systems include the six core Biomarkers of Aging
CardioAge – Arterial Stiffness Testing
Evaluates cardiovascular risk by measuring blood pressure at the heart to determine artery suppleness
PulmoAge – Lung Function Testing
Measures lung function, which is linked to most fatal diseases, not just lung disease
NeuroAge – Brain Function Testing
Detects early-stage mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer’s disease through a series of computerized tests focused on age-sensitive aspects of brain function
CutoAge – Skin Elasticity Testing
Assesses the elasticity and rmness of the skin with the same instrument used in numerous clinical trials for skin care products
ImmunoAge – Immune Function Testing
Measures the health of your immune system using an advanced blood test
TelomerAge – Telomere Length Measurement
Measures telomere length – caps at the ends of the chromosomes that shorten with every cell division- to indicate cell longevity
The PhysioAge Composite Index
The PhysioAge Composite index explains 84% of the differences in the aging process.
Working with a Stanford University biomathematician, the PhysioAge Systems analyzes relationships among various biomarkers to develop the formulas used to calculate the physiological ages of six important organ systems. The result is the development of the PhysioAge Composite, a weighted composite index of these six underlying ages. The PhysioAge Composite is able to explain 84% of the difference amongst individuals in the aging process. No other system comes close to this benchmark in measuring the physiological age of important organ systems.