ECG and STEMI criteria
The discussion regarding ECG and STEMI criteria is needed to Improve rapid ECG-based heart attack identification
Female heart disease diagnostics
Heart disease diagnostics based on 12-lead ECG is difficult but Female heart disease diagnostics appears to be even more challenging. Female hearts are different from males and this also reflects in differences which can be seen in the electrocardiogram.
Ischemia without arteries obstruction
Ischemia without arteries obstruction is a heart disease which is is related mostly to the female heart. New guidelines support diagnosis
ECG to diagnose chest pain
Chest pain is the most common manifestation of coronary heart disease and almost always physicians use the ECG to diagnose chest pain. CineECG outperforms all other solutions is rapid non-invasive heart disease diagnostics
Female heart is different
The female heart is different. Both in its response to cardiac events and stress but also in its physiology. New diagnostic technology helps in applying gender differences in ECG based triage at
Improving Electrocardiogram based diagnostics focal point in Staff Malt conference
Improving Electrocardiogram based diagnostics is an ambition shared by many experts. At the STAFF MALT a new diagnostic solution for Ischemia and conduction disorders is presented
Accurate detecting genetic heart diseases.
Accurate detecting genetic heart diseases is a cardiology challenge. FAM-STD, a new heart disease can be detected with a new method.
Using computers to improve ECG diagnostics
This year’s Computing in Cardiology conference is held in Tampere Finland. Hundreds of attendants are visiting and presenting in the 3 days event. Our focus in on the sessions which focus on our key competences: ECG waveform analysis and Inverse Cardiac Modeling.
Remote heart monitoring and ECG waveform analysis
Remote heart monitoring, called by many names has been an integral tool for caring for patients outside of facility settings for a long time, and its application has only grown in recent years as better technologies and infrastructure allow more capable monitoring in a patient’s home.