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Endothelix average salary is $46,800, median salary is $46,800 with a salary range from $46,800 to $46,800.
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Computer Programmer 46,800-46,800 Houston, TX, 77001 2010 Endothelix Computer Programmer Salaries (2)
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  • Endothelix Inc
  • Industry: Medical Equipment
  • City: Houston, TX
  • Endothelix, Inc. is a cardiovascular device company focused on addressing the following two problems in a cost-effective manner:Inaccurate individualized prediction of cardiovascular risk Inadequate monitoring of the vascular response to treatments The company's first product is VENDYS?, a non-invasive, inexpensive, and easy to use vascular function test that aims to help physicians more accurately assess and monitor their patients' cardiovascular health and use appropriate therapies for the prevention and treatment of heart disease and stroke. The company originated in the Texas Medical Center-Houston from a collaborative project between the Texas Heart Institute and The University of Texas Health Science Center