Male 70 yrs with Left Bundle Branche Block

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In this ECG case study we describe the advantages of using CineECG for the following case: male 70 yrs with Left Bundle Branche Block. CineECG is a new approach which supports physicians in earlier and better 12 lead ECG interpretation

Introducing CineECG Demonstrator

CineECG 3D view within CineECG Demonstrator

By introducing CIneECG Demonstrator we provide an interactive view on how ECG interpretation can be so much easier and better. Much needed since over the past 110 years 12 lead ECG waveform interpretation has remained a major challenge for both Healthcare practitioners and even ECG experts.

CineECG is the next step

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Mayo Podcast interview: Gorgels indicates he thinks CineECG is the next step into the development of electrocardiography.

Challenges in AI based ECG interpretation

challenges in AI based ECG interpretation

There are many challenges in AI based ECG interpretation. A recent Mayo Clinic podcast shows a frightfull list. There’s a way out with CineECG which evades the AI related issues and improves ECG interpretatoin accuracy

Anyone can interpret 12-lead ECG

Ever since the 12 lead ECG was introduced in the medical domain a key question is how to ensure anyone can interpret 12-lead ECG by making ECG interpretation easy, better and faster

Origin of atrial ectopic activity

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Exiting news regarding the use of CineECG in localizing the origin of atrial ectopic activity. New study results presented at HRS 2023

Extensive anterior wall infarction

extensive anterior wall infaraction

In this blog we will address a case of identifying a specific case of a heart infarct, in particular an infarct in the front part of the heart (Extensive anterior wall infarction).

ECG waveforms tell more than amplitudes

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In ECG interpretation identifying abnormalities is the focus and the ECG amplitude is one of the focal points but in this blog we raise the question do ECG waveforms tell more than amplitudes?