Functional diagnostics – electrocardiography
“Cardiometer-MT” complex can be used in electrocardiography diagnostic department as an in-house cardiograph with automated ECG interpretation.
In addition, this new telemetry monitoring of ECG technology has a number of advantages. Unified access to ECG archives for all physicians of a medical organization allows one to register ECG in any room within the hospital or outside of the medical organization. All recorded ECG will be instantly displayed on the desktop of a functional diagnostics specialist.
- register new patients in the archive;
- record electrocardiograms in a hospital room, ward or outside the medical organization;
- analyze ECG in front of their computer and save medical conclusion;
- print out the results of a medical exam.
These operations can be performed from any computer with Internet access. Specialized physician can be working in front of the computer during ECG acquisition. It is also possible to have ECG recorded by a medical nurse and then have it verified by a physician on his/her personal computer later on.
Attending physician, specialist physician, general practitioner
Attending physician, specialist physician, general practitioner or other doctor from a medical organization with authorized access can browse patients’ ECG recordings from a unified archive of a medical organization at their desktop.
ECG registration in medical wards and during at-home patient visits
Cardiometer-MT kit equipped with a laptop or a smartphone is highly portable. It is convenient to use for the nurses to record patient’s electrocardiograms in medical wards or at home.
The nurse can register patients in medical organization archives and record their ECGs. As a result, a nurse will be getting an ECG from 12 standard leads and automated preliminary conclusion. ECGs acquired by a nurse can be instantly analyzed by a specialized physician at their desktop and verify a medical conclusion on an ECG. It will be transmitted back and the nurse will be able to see verified conclusion and perform any necessary procedures as recommended by a doctor.
It is also possible to have nurse register electrocardiograms of several patients during her shift and have them later analyzed by a doctor at their computer. All ECG recordings will be saved in unified electronic archive of a medical organization. They can be printed out by specialized departments and included into patient medical history.
Collaboration between medical center affiliate organizations
Medical centers will be able to establish electrocardiography units within their affiliate organizations. Registration of patients’ ECGs will be provided by medical nurses. Interpretation of ECGs that were saved in electronic archives can be done by physician specialists at their workplace.
“Cardiometer-MT” kit equipped with a laptop or a smartphone is highly portable. It is convenient to use in emergency medicine to record patient’s electrocardiograms during at home visits. As a result of an examination, emergency medicine doctor will be getting an ECG from 12 standard leads and automated preliminary conclusion. The ability to instantly view and analyze ECG at the emergency department provides an additional advantage. Medical conclusions made by emergency physician will be displayed on the screen of the doctor in the ambulance and they will be able to perform necessary procedures without leaving the patient. This is important when making decisions regarding patient hospitalization.
All ECG recordings will be saved in unified electronic archive of an emergency clinic. They can later be printed out and attached to the patient’s medical history.
At the time of an admission to the hospital, patient will have their ECG recorded and transferred into a unified electronic hospital archive.
Specialized physician, attending, general practitioner and other doctors from the hospital will be able to browse patients ECG from a single electronic archive of electrocardiograms on their desktop.
Getting advice of the experts from large medical centers
Paramedic first aid centers, dispensaries or outpatient clinics that do not have a full-time cardiologists working with them, will be able to get distance consultations on ECGs recorded by Cardiometer-MT from cardiology specialists in district, municipal or regional cardiology centers.
Distance consultation center
Medical organizations will have an opportunity to organize remote consultation centers that will provide consultations on ECG to other medical organizations as well as patients that purchased Cardiometer-MT complex. To establish such medical center, you will need to create one or several positions for consulting physicians. You will also need to install “Physician’s desktop” software on one or more computers of the medical center. The software is free to download from our website.
Supplying Cardiometer-MT complex to patients for self-monitoring of ECG
Some patients require regular ECG monitoring. Such patients could be provided with a portable device with a mobile phone. Their self-acquired ECGs will be instantly seen by a doctor who will be able to provide a remote consultation.
The medical organization will have an ability to provide these complexes to patients for postoperative monitoring, detection of rare arrhythmias, determination of causes of pain and syncope.
- Offer the services of your medical institution in telemetric ECG control. You can lease out a complex to the patient or to sell it. Discuss with the patient the time and cost of the lease and the number of consultations that will be included in the cost. The terms of relationship with the patient you define by yourself.
- Register the patient before providing the complex.
- Activate authorized access for a patient in the mobile phone included in the “Cardiometer-MT” kit. (This is described in detail in instructions manual for ECG self-check).
- Teach the patient how to place the electrodes, launch the program “ECG self-control” on the mobile phone and to explain the procedure of ECG registration.
- Explain to the patient, when they should contact a physician for a consultation.