Recently, a team of researchers from Basxkent University in Turkey developed a system to evaluate the accuracy of diagnosing abnormal 12 lead ECGs in the prehospital setting using ubiquitous mobile media messaging (MMS) on cellphones.
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Dr. Hebert discusses the process he went through bringing call to balloon time down to 23 minutes by transmitting ECGs during emergency transport
by: Cullen Hebert, MD [Dr. Hebert is a critical care physician & pulmonologist in Baton Rouge, LA. We are excited to have him present his experience as a pioneer in emergency telemedicine] The American Heart Association (AHA) recommends that a patient having an acute myocardial infarction have cardiac catheterization within 90 minutes of arrival at […]
CodeHeart, a mobile application developed in conjunction with AT&T Business Solutions used to speed up the diagnosis of heart attacks
Everist Genomics announced plans to commercialize its CardioDefender ECG diagnostic system that provides heart rhythm monitoring via a smartphone.