PocketECG, a portable ECG monitoring device, is the complete diagnostic solution for diagnosis of arrhythmia, which provides full disclosure ECG signal, complete data, analysis as well as comprehensive reporting, and allows for heart monitoring at home. The PocketECG personal heart monitoring system makes more precise diagnosis possible, even in cases that may go undetected with offline monitoring like ECG Holter and multi-week ECG patch devices.
PocketECG, a personal ECG heart monitor which provides its users with full disclosure monitor and comprehensive analytic resolution for physicians that allows them to supervise remotely their patients’ heart rate variability via this device. This pocket ECG device lets clinicians widen their practices and enables effective diagnosis of cardiac conditions on a daily basis.
This small and convenient portable cardiac monitor allows for thorough reporting with wide range of statistics available to the physician, as well as inclusive data on all known arrhythmia kinds, and basis for choosing the medical treatment. It also helps detect correlation between physical activity and arrhythmia. PocketECG can seamlessly switch between Holter testing, event monitoring, and multi-week mobile cardiac telemetry without a patient’s return visit to the doctor’s office.
PocketECG constantly captures and classifies every heartbeat, records the onset and offset of every arrhythmia, detects all ventricular and supraventricular arrhythmias, making for more comprehensive and complete data of home heart rhythm monitoring.
PocketECG’s proprietary algorithms run full statistical analyses based on the complete data set, not just intervals in time, like other monitors (event or regular mobile cardiac telemetry). The full-disclosure heart monitoring signal is streamed directly to an independent diagnostic heart rhythm monitoring and testing facility.
PocketECG is a unique MCT monitoring type technology that combines the quantitative analysis of full-disclosure ECG signal and provides easy-to-read graphical charts, front-page statistical summaries, calendar views of trends and full data sets to create a complete picture of patient’s heart rhythm.
New Research presented at the 2018 Heart Rhythm Society Annual Scientific Sessions, demonstrated that PocketECG’s extended online capabilities increased diagnostic yield for paroxysmal atrial fibrillation (PAF) over any other monitoring devices, including a 36% increase over the multi-day.
|PocketECG comparison with different method and durations||AF burden||DY Results|
|24h of ECG Holter monitoring||≤ 1%||PocketECG 6x higher DY|
|24h of ECG Holter monitoring||≤ 10%||PocketECG 4x higher DY|
|48h of ECG Holter monitoring||≤ 1%||PocketECG 3.5x higher DY|
|48h of ECG Holter monitoring||≤ 10%||PocketECG 2.5x higher DY|
|Multi-week offline patch||≤ 1%||PocketECG 36% higher DY|
|Multi-week offline patch||≤ 10%||PocketECG 25% higher DY|
Research shows that PocketECG’s mobile ECG monitoring methods, which provide cardiologists with continuous monitoring extended duration time and measurement of heart rate, at rest and during activity, are more likely to increase DY.
Thanks to our portable cardiac monitoring device, continuous ECG supervision and longer monitoring duration times also significantly improve the likelihood of AF detection. Equally important, however, is the reliability, comprehensiveness, timeliness, availability and relevance of the information provided by PocketECG’s home heart monitoring system.
It is an appliance created to serve both a physician and a patient. It works flawlessly as an ECG device for home use that is trouble-free and comfortable for a patient undergoing a treatment. On the other hand, as a mobile ECG device, PocketECG facilitates the clinicians’ practice allowing for instantaneous scrutiny of data on computers and other mobile devices.
PocketECG is a complete diagnostic solution for mobile cardiac telemetry monitoring designed to meet all of these critical performance criteria, and more, with its ability to capture and label every heart beat while transmitting full-disclosure ECG signal for up to 30 days.
Which type of monitoring can best detect AF? What should cardiologists look for in selecting a portable ECG monitoring system that will improve diagnostic yield (DY)?
Here are highlights from our white paper, titled “New research offers guidance for the atrial fibrillations epidemic”, that provides guidance on these critical questions about portable heart rhythm monitors.