ECG Monitoring System
Historically, ECG machines were confined to heart stations/cardiology departments in hospitals.
This status has gradually changed, with ECG monitoring moving into non cardiology departments such as nursing, emergency departments (ED), electrophysiology labs (EP), and even into respiratory therapy. ECG measurements taken in these different departments are likely to be sent to the cardiology department for interpretation.
Electrocardiography (ECG) measurements, which record and interpret cardiac electrical activity over time, are widely used to detect abnormal heart rhythms. Consequently, ECG interpretation is the best way to measure and diagnose arrhythmia, particularly conditions arising from damage to the conductive tissue that transmits electrical signals in the heart.
ECG had been around for a long time, and penetration of these systems in hospitals is very high.
Despite its established nature, the market continues to evolve with new devices, including ECG monitoring systems at healthcare facilities; event monitors for sub acute patient monitoring, which patients carry with them to record heart rhythm for short periods of time; implantable loop recorders that are surgically inserted into patients and can record heart rhythms for an extended period of time; and telemetry and ECG data management solutions. Although these systems provide beat-by-beat recording and analysis and can store data.
ECG data management solutions can be used to compile data on patients’ ECG waveforms and integrate that information in EMRs, thereby demonstrating meaningful use of the systems.
We Provide the following ECG Monitoring products: