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Changes in diagnostic cardiology

Changes in diagnostic cardiology are gaining momentum. A recent report indicates that this market is evolving at a rapid pace.

AF screening
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Screening for AF with ECG

Next month Dutch parliament will vote on screening for AF with ECG for people over the age of 65. Let’s increase the ECG screening scope!

mistakes in ECG interpretation
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Mistakes in ECG interpretation

Rapid and correct ECG interpretation is essential in Emergency Departments, mistakes in ECG interpretation should be avoided if possible.

CIneECG case study conduction block
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Complex progressive conduction block

This CineECG case study shows a complex progressive conduction block. A two level AV-junctional conduction block hinders easy ECG interpretation

genetic heart disease diagnostics
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Genetic heart disease diagnostics improvement

Genetic heart disease diagnostics improvement is a true challenge for physicians. New technologies offer a way forward.

Computerized ECG modeling
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Improving heart modeling

To increase the clinical value of noninvasive ECG data we focus a part of our research on improving heart modeling. And progress is made.

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