Keyword: ECG

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Cardiology

CARDIOVIT AT-1 G2 - When tradition meets modernity

SCHILLER is very pleased to introduce the 2nd generation of its most successful ECG device: Building on the solidly proven AT-1 and enhanced with the latest technology, the AT-1 G2 distinguishes itself by its outstanding signal quality and the newest interpretation algorithm. Userfriendliness is guaranteed with step-by-step workflow and easy patient data entry. A colour screen and an…

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Data management

Cardiac IT made simple

When Michael Ziller, Head of IT at the Bethanien Hospital in Moers, Germany, was looking for a provider of cardiac IT applications that not only offered standard applications for ECGs as well as long-term ECGs and long-term blood pressure measurements, he realised there was not much on the market. ‘We had an additional challenge for this project in that we wanted all data to run via just one…

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Fast and easy

Schiller's diagnostics station DS20...

... simplifies your daily work: Most vital signs and physical assessment tools united in one device; large, interactive touch screen and intuitive guidance. With 12-lead ECG interpretation, spirometry and Pulse Wave Analysis (PWA), DS20 is a practical and yet sophisticated diagnostic station.

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CardioSecur

New mobile ECG gives 360-degree view

The conventional 12-lead ECG has certainly proved its worth in displaying rhythm disorders or ischemia. Nevertheless, as the display possibilities of a 12-lead ECG are limited to only about 110 degrees of the heart, an exact location of a cardiac event often cannot be determined.

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Diagnostic station DS20

Modern and practical design unites the most demanded functions

Schiller's Diagnostic Station DS20 simplifies the daily work: most vital signs and physical assessment tools united in one device; large, interactive touch screen; intuitive guidance and ease of use. Launch of the Diagnostic Station DS20 is going to take place at the ESC in London (29th August – 2nd September 2015).

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Endurance athletes should be tested for fatal heart condition

Some athletes who take part in endurance exercise such as marathon running, endurance triathlons or alpine cycling can develop irregularities in their heartbeats that can, occasionally, lead to their sudden death. Evidence published in the European Heart Journal by Professor La Gerche and colleagues has shown that doctors who try to detect these arrhythmias by focusing on the left ventricle of…

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Cardiac MRI

How does that work again?

You are curious to know what this cardiac MRI thing is all about? You want to brush up on your cardiac MRI knowledge? Then we are afraid you have to delve into the technical basics. Sounds boring? It sure isn’t, says Dr Harald Quick.