Changes in diagnostic cardiology are gaining momentum. A recent report indicates that this market is evolving at a rapid pace.
Rapid and correct ECG interpretation is essential in Emergency Departments, mistakes in ECG interpretation should be avoided if possible.
This CineECG case study shows a complex progressive conduction block. A two level AV-junctional conduction block hinders easy ECG interpretation
Over the past decades we have seen the rise of automated ECG interpretation. Great progress has been made but new acceleration is needed.
For the past decades the future of automated ECG interpretation has been dominated by the innovations from Glasgow University. What’s next?
Computerized ECG interpretation was introduced some 50 years ago and this technology is now on the brink of moving to the next level
In this blog we revisit we the history of the ECG and despite great innovations ECG interpretation remains a challenge.
The new Delta map ECG view, is different from anything developed for the standard 12 lead resting ECG, making disorder detection effortless
The electrocardiogram (ECG) is a great diagnostics instrument, yet the essentials of recording ECG are important to avoid misinterpretation
A recent Mayo clinic podcast again stipulated the need to improve ECG interpretation skills, but there are other ways for improvement.