m-CARDS™

Up to 14 days of diagnostic capability

High diagnostic yield

(auto-detect / auto-send technology allows close to 100% sensitivity / specificity

Training, support and supplies provided by m-Health

What is it?

  • This test is best for correlating (or ruling-out) whether an arrhythmia is the cause of symptoms felt by the patient
  • Arrhythmia monitoring involves 14 days of ECG diagnostics to monitor transient symptoms
  • Extended monitoring provides an excellent diagnostic yield
  • ECG rhythm is recorded while symptoms occur (for a direct rhythm symptom correlation); symptom descriptions are sent ‘near real time’ to the cardiac centre with corresponding rhythm strip.
  • All arrhythmia ECG strips are automatically sent to our cardiac scanning centre
  • Final reports are read by one of 200 Ontario Cardiologists using the m-CARDS system

m-CARDS Patch™

No cost to the clinic or clinicians

Very fast turnaround time for reporting.

Extremely well tolerated by patients; no wires!

What is it?

  • This test is best for correlating (or ruling-out) whether an arrhythmia is the cause of symptoms felt by the patient
  • Arrhythmia monitoring involves 72 hours of ECG diagnostics to monitor transient symptoms
  • Final reports are read by one of 200 Ontario Cardiologists using the m-CARDS system

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National Research Council of Canada: Telltale heart monitor

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Cardiac Monitoring Goes Mobile with m-Health

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